We are pleased to announce the release of mod_perl 2.0.11.

mod_perl is an Apache HTTP Server module for embedding a Perl
interpreter in your web server, giving you super-fast dynamic content
by avoiding the overhead of starting an external interpreter.

This release is now, or soon will be, available for download from a
mirror site near you via:


or in the meantime directly from:


Checksums for this release are:

MD5  = 897708961bcc079b53c91860f95a2b59
SHA1 = 7606ab4862605a72db4b51d2e498588305b45719

Major changes in this release are as follows:

Fix t/modules/apache_resource.t failures [Steve Hay]

Fix [CVE-2011-2767] Arbitrary Perl code execution in the context of
the user account via a user-owned .htaccess. Patch from
bugs.debian.org #644169. [Jan Ingvoldstad

Fix potential test suite hangs due to pipelined response deadlocks.
Patch from rt.cpan.org #82409. [Zefram <zef...@fysh.org>]

Fix t/compat/request.t failures [Steve Hay]

Fix use-after-free segfault in ap_server_config_defines seen on
start-up on OpenBSD. [Found/fixed by Sam Vaughan/Joe Orton]

Fix build with Perls earlier than 5.13.6. [Rainer Jung

Fix filter/in_bbs_inject_header.t test failure with Apache 2.4.25+.
[Stefan Fritsch <s...@sfritsch.de>]

Fix apache/read.t test failure with Apache 2.4.25+. [Niko Tyni

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