Apache 2.0.43 was released on 3rd October 2002 and is
now the latest version of the Apache 2.0 server. The previous
release was 2.0.42, released on the 24th September 2002.
what was new in Apache 2.0.42.
Apache 2.0.43 is available in source form for compiling on
Unix or Windows, for download from the main Apache site
or from any mirror
This is a security, bug fix and minor upgrade release.
Due to security issues, any sites using versions prior to
Apache 2.0.43 should upgrade to Apache 2.0.43.
about the other security issues that affect Apache 2.0.
The following bugs were found in Apache 2.0.42 and have been
fixed in Apache 2.0.43:
The UserDir directive has been fixed
to again take a list of user names to enable userdir access for,
as per 1.3.
Flushing behaviour has been improved, to ensure that available
response output is flushed when no new output is pending; helping
streaming CGIs and other dynamically-generated content
mod_auth_ldap has been fixed to retry
connections to the LDAP server if it becomes unavailable.
Fix for a locking problem in mod_ssl's session
cache code which could cause infinite loops on some platforms
Fixes for mod_cache to prevent a segfault
when attempting to cache some combinations of content (for instance,
when using SSI tags which execute CGI scripts), and to correct
the CacheMaxStreamingBuffer directive
for virtual hosts
The default server root directory in suexec has
been fixed to match the default install root
mod_proxy was fixed to not strip
WWW-Authenticate headers on 4xx error responses which
prevented server authentication to be performed via the proxy