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Apache Today: Apache-based Secure Web Server With 128-Bit SSL Encryption for Windows and Linux by AbriaSoft

Feb 20, 2001, 22:07 (0 Talkback[s])

"AbriaSoft, an Open Source software solutions provider, announced today the release of its Apache powered Lancelot server for Windows and Linux platforms. With this release, AbriaSoft achieved another landmark by becoming the first company to launch a commercial grade Apache-based web server solution for the Microsoft Windows platform."

"Lancelot provides the scalability, reliability, security and performance that mission-critical e-commerce sites need. This makes the product a must for any firm or individual that is planning an e-commerce site deployment," says Paul Afshar, Chief Executive Officer of AbriaSoft. "The product is a strong competitor to Covalent's Raven, and RedHat's Stronghold server, and is much more attractively priced than either of these products," he added."

"Lancelot is a secure commercial grade SSL web server with full-strength, 128-bit encryption. Support for server side scripting is provided in the form of a Perl module, and the product supports easy scripted access to many databases."

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