Thats a very nice research. Thanks you.
-- M.CHAILLAN Nicolas [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.WorldAKT.com Hébergement de sites internets. "Evan Nemerson" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> a écrit dans le message de news: [EMAIL PROTECTED] > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- > Hash: SHA1 > > Okay, it took me a long (expletive deleted) time, so I figured I should share. > Here is a list of popular web sites running Apache, PHP, MySQL, and Linux. If > there are any errors, I apologize. This is not meant to be a definitive work. > In fact, I wasn't even planning on posting it... until i looked at the clock > ;) > > This list is designed to convice teh boss (no type-o). If your boss is a > bandwagon kind of guy, afraid to take risks, this is for you- er- him. And > you. Him in that he can read it, you in that if he accepts LAMP, you're life > will be a much more joyous existance ;) > > > > - -------------------------------- > Apache: > > By far the most popular web server, with 60.54% market share. Its > closest competitor, Microsoft's IIS, has 28.89%. If all variants of > each server are counted, Apache's install base increases to 62.17%, > while IIS manages 29.42%). Statistics are from > http://www.netcraft.net/survey > > Apache users: > Yahoo! > Amazon.com > AltaVista > BBC > mp3.com > SlashDot > HP > W3C > IBM > Verizon > FEMA > Infoseek > > > PHP: > > In April 2002, PHP overtook ASP as the #1 server-side scripting > language on the internet. In April, PHP was used by 24% of the > sites on the Internet. Over the past two years PHP has averaged > a 6.5% monthly growth rate. Source: zend.com/news/zendpr.php?id=49 > > PHP users: > Cisco > CMG > Vodafone > Motorola > Siemens > Ericsson > CBS > Unilever > Philips > BMC > NTT > Air Canada > Lufthansa > OnVista > Lycos Europe > Deutsche Bank > NASA > W3C > > > MySQL: > > It isn't as easy to determine which database a site uses, but here > is a list of sites that do use MySQL, according to MySQL.com: > > Yahoo! Finance > Texas Instruments > U.S. Census Bureau > NASA > Omaha Steaks > Slashdot > Cross Media Marketing Corp > Powell's Books > Department of Academic Information Systems > Avacom Net Services > Blue World Communications > CoreSense > Ericsson > handy.de > mobile.de > Nemo-Q > Silicon Storage Technology, Inc. > Virage > > > Linux: > > I can't find a list for this... I figured these out by trying big > sites that came to mind. I didn't encounter a single Microsoft site, > but I did get a few *BSD sites, and several Solaris sites. > > FBI > Google > Amazon > AltaVista > Slashdot > Verizon > FEMA > CNN > > > Security: > > Here's a list of security companies/groups that run any LAMP component: > Security Focus (LA) > Symantec (L) > CERT (LA) > Packet Storm (A) > FBI (L) > OSVDB (LA) > At Stake (LA) > Netcraft (LA) > TESO (L) > Phenoelit (LA) > Doxpara (LAP) > NGS Software (LAMP) > PivX (LAP) > Grey Magic (LAMP) > Phrack (AP) > *** > It should be noted that just because a component doesn't appear in the list > doesn't mean it's not running. The only way I could figure out MySQL was > sending > a SYN to TCP/3306. If I got a SYN|ACK, I put an M. MySQL could be (should be) > firewalled off, and infosec people know this. Also, infosec people tend to > play > with banners (hehe look @ TESO's - teso.scene.at), so it's entirely possible > they're hiding something... > > Out of all the infosec sites I tried, I managed to find two Microsofts: NAI > and > Verisign. I didn't bother with ntbugtraq, windowssecurity, etc- then again, I > didn't bother with linuxsecurity, root prompt, etc. Only went with groups who > pay > attention to all OS's... Phrack and OSVDB are a little biased, but they are > still > cross-platform. > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- > Version: GnuPG v1.0.7 (GNU/Linux) > > iD8DBQE9ygtO/rncFku1MdIRAmQpAJ9d+KkYSLhMriuZtI9jsjp3CAmZrACfaWJK > Tf0R0hEMSICjAi6v9nz67GU= > =Jj3Q > -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php