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Web Servers Apache
Run Your Own Web Server Using Linux & Apache
http://www.amazon.com/Your-Server-Using-Linux-Apache/dp/0975240226/ref=pd_bbs_sr_3/103-7322728-1618258?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1185461537&sr=1-3
Run Your Own Web Server Using Linux & Apache, by Tony Steidler-Dennison (December 2005). Discusses how to install Linux and Apache for testing and development; how to perform common administration, security and optimization tasks for Linux web hosting, updating server software; setting up new websites, email accounts and subdomains, configuring Linux and Apache files and performing automatic backup and crash recoveries.
Apache Server 2 Bible
http://www.amazon.com/Apache-Server-Bible-Mohammed-Kabir/dp/0764548212/ref=sr_1_9/103-7322728-1618258?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1185461537&sr=1-9
Apache Server 2 Bible, by Mohammed J. Kabir (March 2002). Discusses getting started with Apache, configuring Apache, Apache modules, website administration, hosting virtual websites, authenticating and authorizing visitors, monitoring access, setting up a proxy server, running web applications, running CGI scripts, server side includes (SSI), securing a website, running Apache on Windows and tuning for performance and scalability.
Administrating & Securing the Apache Server
http://www.amazon.com/Administering-Securing-Apache-Server-Ashok/dp/1592000037/ref=sr_1_10/103-7322728-1618258?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1185461537&sr=1-10
Administrating and Securing the Apache Server, by Ashok Appu (October 2002). Discusses the Apache web server, web servers, configuring the Apache server, implementing access control, configuring virtual hosts, dynamic content with CGI, working with Apache modules, performance, using server side includes, security and URL mapping.
Apache Server 2.0: The Complete Reference
http://www.amazon.com/gp/reader/0072223448/ref=sib_dp_pop_toc/103-7322728-1618258?ie=UTF8&p=S008#reader-link
Apache Server 2.0: The Complete Reference, by Ryan B. Bloom (June 2002). Discusses Apache 2.0 vs. Apache 1.3, Internet information Services (IIS), configuring Apache, compiling Apache, modules, multi-processing modules, setting up a HTTP server, authentication, authorization, accounting, building a website, generating content, filters, virtual hosts, debugging, Apache administration and security.
Preventing Web Attacks with Apache
http://www.amazon.com/Preventing-Attacks-Apache-Ryan-Barnett/dp/0321321286/ref=sr_1_5/103-7322728-1618258?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1185466514&sr=1-5
Preventing Web Attacks with Apache, by Ryan C. Barnett (January 2006). Discusses why web servers are compelling targets, buffer overflows, denial of service, attacks on scripts and programs, client parameter manipulations, brute force attacks; best practices for Apache security tasks to safely download, configure and install Apache, test security with the CIS Apache Benchmark Scoring tool, analyze an Open Web Proxy Honeypot and techniques for detecting and preventing intrusions.
The Apache Modules Book
http://www.amazon.com/Apache-Modules-Book-Application-Development/dp/0132409674/ref=sr_1_6/103-7322728-1618258?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1185466514&sr=1-6
The Apache Modules Book: Application Development with Apache, by Nick Kew (January 2007). Discusses the Apache architecture, the Apache API, request processing, code security, using the Apache Portable Runtime (APR), the latest Apache features (including filter modules, XML support and smart proxies), best practices, using the Apache Authentication Framework and debugging.
Apache Software Foundation
http://www.apache.org/
The Apache Software Foundation site. Information and resources include the latest news, conference announcements, the Apache project, the latest notices, a list of Apache projects (including Jakarta, MyFaces, Perl, Ant and many more), the foundation FAQ, licenses, downloads and an index of Apache literature.
Securing Apache Web Servers
http://palisade.plynt.com/issues/2006Jul/secure-apache/
“Securing Apache Web Servers,” by Siddharth Anbalahan. Discusses installation for Windows and Linux, configuration, the secure director structure, file permissions, secure configuration parmeters; the KeepAlive, MaxKeepAliveRequests, KeepAliveTimeout and Timeout; the ServerSignature and ServerAdmin, options indexes (DirectoryIndex), the FollowSysLinks, the SymLinksOwnerMatch, the AccessFileName, the AllowOverride, the Allow and the Deny; CGI scripting, URL rewriting (including RewriteEngine, RewriteBase and RewriteRule) and using regular expressions.
Apache Web Server in UNIX
http://livedocs.adobe.com/coldfusion/8/htmldocs/help.html?content=configuring_08.html
“Configuring Web Servers in Unix,” from the Adobe Help Center. Discusses configuring the Apache web server in UNIX, configuring the Apache web server for ColdFusion in UNIX, verifying the Apache configuration, configuring SunONE or iPlanet web servers in UNIX, configuring Netscape or iPlanet for ColdFusion UNIX, verifying the Netscape or iPlanet configuration and configuring Sun Web Server 7 on Solaris.
Enabling Apache Web Servers
http://docs.sun.com/source/819-0425-11/4_apache.html
Sample chapter: “Enabling Apache Web Servers,” from Sun Crypto Accelerator 1000 Board Version 2.0 Installation and User’s Guide. Discusses creating a private key and certification, creating a PEM (Privacy-Enhanced Mail) passphrase, generating a certificate request, enabling the Apache web server and verification.
Tuning Apache Web Servers for Speed
http://www.wired.com/science/discoveries/news/1997/12/9099
“Tuning Apache Web Servers for Speed,” by Dean Gaudet. Discusses HostnameLookups, the FollowSymLinks, the SymLinksIfOwnerMatch, the AllowOverride, process creation, serialization, multiple sockets, single socket ad the scoreboard file.
Guidelines for Securing Apache Web Servers
http://www.lbl.gov/cyber/systems/apache-server.html
“Guidelines for Securing Apache Web Servers,” from the Berkeley Lab Computer Protection Program. Discusses the six areas to be aware of when securing an Apache server (including obtaining a secure version, securing the operating system, server configuration and patching vulnerabilities), Apache modules, server side includes (SSIs), directories, superuser privileges, restricted access, logging, automatic directory listings, authentication, CGIs and other security measures.
Apache HTTP Log Server Log Files
http://httpd.apache.org/docs/1.3/logs.html
Apache HTTP Log Server Log Files. Topics include security tips, the ErrorLog directive, the LogLevel directive, the access log, common log format, combined log format, multiple access logs, conditional logging, log rotation, piped logs, virtual hosts, PID (process ID) file, the script log and the rewrite log.

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Update :: December 17, 2017