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CGISecurity.net: Fingerprinting Port 80 Attacks, Part 2

Mar 06, 2002, 14:29 (2 Talkback[s])

[ Thanks to Bobin_69 for this link. ]

"Port 80 is the standard port for websites, and it can have a lot of different security issues. These holes can allow an attacker to gain either administrative access to the website, or even the web server itself. This second paper was written to help the average administrator and developer to have a better understanding of the types of threats that exist, along with how to detect them."

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