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From Aris Stathakis <a...@sco.COM>
Subject Re: Your users, Microsoft!!!
Date Mon, 12 Jul 1999 06:49:24 GMT
At 03:50 PM 7/7/99 -0700, Greg Stein wrote:
>Bill Jones wrote:
>> 
>> >From: Chris Tacy <chris@enginered.com>
>> 
>> > homepages.msn.com returns:
>> >
>> > HTTP/1.1 200 OK
>> > Date: Wed, 07 Jul 1999 22:35:51 GMT
>> > Server: Apache/1.3.6 (Unix)
>> > Set-Cookie: tcid=TC-3783D647-N-N4PWR8CoASwAADqMWY0; expires=Thursday,
>> > 06-Jul-00 22:35:51 GMT; path=/; domain=.msn.com
>> > Connection: close
>> > Content-Type: text/html
>> >
>> > unix?
>> 
>> Spoofed ?
>> 
>> Headers cannot be trusted...
>
>Yah, but it would seem quite silly for Microsoft to do such a thing. Why
>spoof the web server signature? If anything, they'd want to keep IIS in
>there for their own sales force to point to.
>
>bah. I believe it is Apache, but I'm trying to figure out who they
>bought it from. I don't recall them buying up a "personal web pages"
>company. They have a bunch of people already and they're using Apache,
>so I have to conclude they bought the customers and software from
>another company...

Have a look at another Microsoft service - www.hotmail.com.

Running Apache with mod_ssl.

Aris


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