web servers


IIS Lockdown Tool – added 3/14/2005


IIS Lockdown Wizard works by turning off unnecessary features, thus reducing attack surface available to attackers. To provide multiple layers of protection against attackers, URLscan, with customized templates for each supported server role, is integrated into the IIS Lockdown Wizard.


ModSecurity – added 3/6/2005


ModSecurity is an open source intrusion detection and prevention engine for web applications (or a web application firewall). Operating as an Apache Web server module or standalone, the purpose of ModSecurity is to increase web application security, protecting web applications from known and unknown attacks.


MiniApache – added 2/5/2005

MiniApache is a cut-down version of the open-source Apache web server software for Windows NT and above.


Xerver – added 1/26/2005

Xerver is an advanced GNU GPL Web and FTP server with CGI support, requiring no install.


AOLserver – added 1/21/2005

America Online’s Open-Source web server – multithreaded, Tcl-enabled web server used for large scale, dynamic web sites.


Abyss Web Server – added 1/23/2004

Abyss Web Server is a small personal web server, that supports HTTP/1.1, CGI scripts, partial downloads, caching negotiation, index files and directory aliases. It features an easy to use and attractive remote web management interface (password protected) that allows you to manage the server from any web browser. Using this easy to install web server, hosting your own web site and your PHP or Perl scripts on your local PC is a matter of a few minutes.

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