Fix: Apache HTTP server

The Apache Software Foundation has released version 2.0.48 of its HTTP server, which fixes several vulnerabilities detected in the original 2.0 release.

Two of these security vulnerabilities include a buffer overflow which could allow attackers to create configuration files to cause a denial of service or execute arbitrary code, as well as a flaw found in the server’s CGI redirect paths.

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