After Linux, Microsoft Now Shows Some Windows Vista Love to Apache
Jan 07, 2008, 18:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Marius Oiaga)
"Securing data from web-based applications is just an aspect of
keeping information safe. In this context, an encryption framework
will do the trick of keeping sensitive data confidential. And this
is where Secure Socket Layer and Transport Layer Security come into
play, along with Apache. When it comes down to bridging open source
technology with its proprietary Windows operating system, Microsoft
has used Port25 as a source of resources, and illustrative examples
involve Windows and Linux technical analyses such as Recovering
Data from Windows systems by using Linux and Active Directory and
Linux Identity Management.
"Keeping in with this trajectory, the Redmond company has now
made available yet another resources, this time focused on the
integration of Apache with SSL on Windows..."