On Thu, Apr 29, 2004 at 02:20:14PM -0400, Marty Landman wrote:
> On the side, this makes me wonder what the philosophy is on Windows servers
> where the whole permissions concept is nonexistent afaik.
Because suexec isn't really possible in that environment, so they have no options at all.
Maybe this is a foolish question, but how can reasonable security on a server running Windows/Apache be achieved? If the answer is what I fear, do you think that the 'native' MS server, IIS can be configured more securely than Apache?
Looking at it in another way, is it possible to have a secure, network accessible server of any type w/o the Unix style permissions concept in place?
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