Apache's new security update for HTTP Server fixes two flaws


There’s a fix for a critical flaw in Apache HTTP Server, the world’s second most widely used web server. The Apache Software Foundation has released an update to address a critical flaw in its hugely popular web server that allows remote attackers to take control of a vulnerable system.

The foundation has released version 2.4.52 of the Apache HTTP Server (web server) that addresses two flaws tracked as CVE-2021-44790 and CVE-2021-44224, which have respective CVSS severity scores of 9.8 (critical) and 8.2 (high) out of a possible 10.

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