IIS vs. Apache: which is the right security choice?

Tuesday, 16 August 2005, 3:02 PM EST

Not long ago, Web administrators didn't have a great deal of input into their organization's Web server platform. If they worked in a Windows shop, they ran Microsoft's Internet Information Server (IIS), while those in Linux/Unix shops were tied to Apache, and never the twain did meet. However, times have changed and the Apache HTTP Server Project has broken down the walls by releasing a Windows distribution of the Web server that traces its historic roots to the original NCSA httpd server.

By Mike Chapple at SearchSecurity.

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