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web server

A computer server that delivers HTML pages or files over the internet.

web server

HTTP server Informatics A server that stores and retrieves HTML documents and other Internet or intranet resources, using HTTP. See HyperText Transfer Protocol, Server.
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About The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) Established in 1999, the all-volunteer Foundation oversees nearly one hundred fifty leading Open Source projects, including Apache HTTP Server -- the world's most popular Web server software.
Nearly 500 community-driven modules have been developed to extend functionality of the Apache HTTP Server alone.
In February 2009, the Apache HTTP Server became the first Web server software in history to surpass the 100 million Website milestone.
The most current, best-of-breed, stable version of the Apache HTTP Server is v.
Earlier this month, after ten years and more than forty revisions, the Apache HTTP Server v.
The Apache HTTP Server remains the world's most beloved Web server, forming the backbone of nearly 70% of all sites on the Internet.
As the backbone of more Websites than any other Web server software, the Apache HTTP Server remains the #1 Web server, powering more than 75 million Websites across the Internet, according to the December 2007 Web Server Survey by Netcraft.
Established in 1999, The Apache Software Foundation provides organizational, legal, and financial support for a broad range of Open Source software projects, including Apache HTTP Server -- the world's most popular Web server software for more than a decade.
We are grateful to the community for their continued support and participation in the development process," said Sander Striker, Vice President of the Apache HTTP Server Project.
1 is the first application server for the Web to provide interoperability with publicly available third-party HTTP servers such as Netscape's.
509 version 3 certificates and version 2 certificate revocation lists (CRLs), protocols for issuing and revoking certificates, online certificate status mechanisms, protocols for retrieving certificates and CRLs from LDAP, FTP, and HTTP servers, and guidance for authors of certificate policies.