Things you should do to secure Apache

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You need to take a number of steps to make sure Apache is a secure Web server. Here are 8 things you can do to make your Apache configuration more secure.

Attention: The thing about security is that there are no guarantees or absolutes. These suggestions should make your server a bit tighter, but don’t think your server is necessarily secure after following these suggestions.

You just need to edit the httpd.conf file that is found inside the conf directory in your Apache installation folder (in my computer, it can be found in C:Program FilesApache GroupApache2confhttpd.conf), to add the secure measures i’ll recommend here. You’ll need to restart Apache after changing httpd.conf for the changes take effect.

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