Apache Server Default Configuration Exposes Tor Sites

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Apache Server Default Configuration Exposes Tor Sites

Category : CyberSecurity

The default configuration for the Apache http server is exposing Tor
websites’ locations. Sites running Apache need to disable the mod_status
module that displays a server status page with sensitive information.

Article: SCMagazine


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Tamara Eikelenboom-Kamp

Tamara Eikelenboom-Kamp

Tamara Eikelenboom-Kamp is managing director at Innovice-IT. She is mainly publishing about CyberSecurity. She is working with several specialists based on their knowledge and skills in cyber-security and cyber-safety. The emphasis is on conceptual thinking, developing plans, innovative software or innovative methods. The main activities of Innovice-IT are Cyber Security Consulting, Penetration Testing and Secure Managed Hosting.

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