The Apache HTTP Server (commonly referred to as simply "Apache") is a foundational component of the modern internet and is the most widely used web server in the world today. The new flaws impact multiple versions of Apache ranging from the 2.4.17 release until the 2.4.38 update. The new Apache 2.4.39 milestone was released on April 1, fixing six vulnerabilities in total, three of which are rated as being "important" by the Apache Software Foundation.
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