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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I agree that their approach is flawed. Our corp server is ASP and IIS but most of our service servers (that push most traffic) are Apache using Perl or Java. So their survey is great if you want to know what most fortune 1000 companies use for hosting generic corp websites. They are a M$ partner looking at making sure they can sell more M$ software and services.
  • I think it is even more telling that one of the companies products is an application which hides the IIS headers [] so that crackers and script kiddies can't spot them as easily.

    After all, if it is such a superior web server, then why does it need to be hidden to avoid exploitation. Security through obscurity, *sigh*.

    - Stevan