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Preventing Image Theft With Apache
This article is a must read for webmasters who want to keeping their work-of-art images from adorning other websites. It was written by Ken Coar in 2000. The article talks about the two most common ways of image theft, image links or image copy. The article provides the Apache directives required to limit access to your artwork from the casual poacher.
(Listed On Sun Aug 16 16:22:06 2009)

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Authentication Using Mysql
This guide illustrates the techniques for maintenance of password lists using MySQL to store the authentication information. It was authored by Rich Bowen in 2000. It discusses the installation and configuration of MySQL database server and the usage of mod_auth_mysql command for storing the user names, passwords, and groups in a MySQL database.
(Voting: 0.00 From 5 On 0 Vote!) Vote! Why? (Date Listed Mon Apr 16 19:05:44 2007)
Authentication Using Mod_auth_dbm
This guide discusses using databases for authentication of web pages rather than the standard password files. It was authored by Rich Bowen in 2000. The techniques in this article discuss how sensitive information on the Web site can be protected using databases to contain the user and group information. This article talks about the basic three reasons for using a database instead of text files.
(Voting: 0.00 From 5 On 0 Vote!) Vote! Why? (Date Listed Sun Aug 16 16:22:06 2009)
Authentication Introduction
This guide illustrates the requirement for authentication and authorization of web pages. It was authored by Rich Bowen in 2000. The techniques in this article discuss how sensitive information on the Web site can be protected with either usernames and passwords or using IP address of the visitor. This article is the first in a two-part series and covers standard ways for protecting parts of Web site.
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Securing Your Web Pages With Apache 1.3
This article is a must read for webmasters who want their Web pages protected and accessible to only an elite few. It was written by Ken Coar in 2000. The article talks about the creative ways of restricting access to web pages. It provides the necessary Apache directives for Apache Security processing. It explains the differences between common terminologies and answers frequently asked Apache security questions.
(Voting: 0.00 From 5 On 0 Vote!) Vote! Why? (Date Listed Sun Aug 16 16:24:32 2009)
Getting Installing And Running Apache
This guide is ideal for users who wish to build and install Apache by the most frequently treaded way. It was written by Rael Dornfest in 2000. It introduces three methods of Apache installation for Unix systems. The article discusses installing Apache through binary installation, using Red Hat package manager (RPM), or from scratch using source code. This article does not cover Apache Win 32.
(Voting: 0.00 From 5 On 0 Vote!) Vote! Why? (Date Listed Mon Apr 16 19:00:44 2007)
Configuring Your Apache Server Installation
This Apache Guide on Configuring the Apache Server Installation is written by Rich Bowen in 2000. The article targets the configuration stage, before compiling the Apache server, where the user decides on the modules installed, file locations and other settings. It discusses the handling of the configure utility to install Apache and the various settings to set in the server configuration files.
(Voting: 0.00 From 5 On 0 Vote!) Vote! Why? (Date Listed Mon Apr 16 19:01:16 2007)
The NewbieS Guide To Installing Apache
This article provides the guidelines for installing an Apache server for a novice user. It was written by Rich Bowen in 2000. The article assumes a basic knowledge of the operating system. It talks about how to acquire and download Apache. It discusses the method and advantages of building from scratch that is getting the source code for compilation. It also includes a quick form for the impatient.
(Voting: 0.00 From 5 On 0 Vote!) Vote! Why? (Date Listed Mon Apr 16 19:01:50 2007)
Building And Installing Apache 2.0
This article provides the technique for building and installing Apache 2.0. It was authored by Ryan Bloom in 2000. All of the instructions are targeted for Unix machines. It discusses the tools needed, and the method for downloading Apache 2.0, building, installing, configuring and setting up Apache 2.0. A basic knowledge of Web servers and Apache is required.
(Voting: 0.00 From 5 On 0 Vote!) Vote! Why? (Date Listed Mon Apr 16 19:02:17 2007)
Apache 2.2 Faq
This page includes the frequently asked questions on Apache 2.2 web server from the Apache Software Foundation in 2006. It answers questions on background information about the Apache HTTP Server. The FAQ list tackles issues pertaining to Apache 2.2 support for any functionality problems. It also handles the meaning of error messages.
(Voting: 0.00 From 5 On 0 Vote!) Vote! Why? (Date Listed Mon Apr 16 19:03:31 2007)
Apache 2.0 Faq
This page includes the frequently asked questions on Apache 2.0 web server from the Apache Software Foundation in 2006. Since the Apache 2.0 is quite new, the breadth and depth of Frequently Asked Questions is not covered. The FAQ list tackles issues pertaining to Apache 2.0 support for any functionality problems. It also handles the meaning of error messages.
(Voting: 0.00 From 5 On 0 Vote!) Vote! Why? (Date Listed Mon Apr 16 19:03:56 2007)
Apache 1.3 Faq
This page includes an extensive list of frequently asked questions on Apache 1.3 web server. It answers questions on background, features, configuration and building Apache 1.3. The FAQ list tackles issues pertaining to functionality problems, authentication and access restrictions. It also handles the meaning of error messages and explores dynamic content issues.
(Voting: 0.00 From 5 On 0 Vote!) Vote! Why? (Date Listed Mon Apr 16 19:04:22 2007)
Authentication Automating Password Maintenance
This guide illustrates the techniques for automating the maintenance of password lists using the programming language Perl. It was authored by Rich Bowen in 2000. Using Perl for automation, the article assumes the reader has a grasp on the basics of Perl. It discusses the method for encrypting a password using Perl. It shows how Perl is used to manage password lists, in three storage mechanisms.
(Voting: 0.00 From 5 On 0 Vote!) Vote! Why? (Date Listed Mon Apr 16 19:05:15 2007)
An Introduction To Apache 2.0
This article provides an overview of the new concepts introduced in Apache 2.0 and their comparison with Apache 1.3. It was authored by Ryan Bloom in 2000. It defines and elaborates the new features of Apache 2.0 such as Multi-Processing Modules (MPMs). It discusses the working of Apache 1.3 vis--vis Apache 2.0. It also talks about the modifications made to modules and the Apache Portable Run-Time feature.
(Voting: 0.00 From 5 On 0 Vote!) Vote! Why? (Date Listed Mon Apr 16 19:07:23 2007)
Getting Started With Apache 1.3
This article provides the technique for building and installing Apache 1.3. It was authored by Ken Coar in 2000. The prerequisite for this guide is basic knowledge Web servers in general and the Apache Web server in particular. The guide details the process for downloading, building, installing, configuring and setting up Apache 1.3. The steps differ slightly for binary distribution or for Windows users.
(Listed On Sat Oct 31 09:10:26 2009)
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