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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by modred (49) on 2001.01.02 14:35 (#900) Journal
    The high number for PHP is also contributed to by ISPs and web hosting services, PHP is less of a security headache than mod_perl. mod_perl allows anyone using it access to the Apache internals and that is generally not something most sysadmins want to expose. mod_perl is also not aimed at the same user that PHP is. There is a much broader user base for PHP than for mod_perl.