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Pico Server

Pico server (pserv) is a small-footprint Web server. It is portable to many Unix and Unix-like platforms. It has a matched log analyis tool called p-reporter.

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  •  11 Jun 2005 05:57

    Release Notes: This release added header reading functions based on fgetc(), a fix for a bug with "./" in directory enforcment counts, a fix for a potential overflow with cgi-bin parameters, and some small defines to remove warnings for socket len type of accept().

    •  16 May 2005 15:12

      Release Notes: Some code clean-up was done. The binary is now smaller. getenv() is used instead of "environ" for PATH searching. Some security bugfixes were made. Escaping from the cgi-bin root is no longer possible using multiple "/" characters. Some buffer overflows were corrected. The serving of CGI scripts as plain files is now checked and forbidden.

      •  21 Feb 2005 14:59

        Release Notes: An autotools-based configure script was added. An option to enable or disable CGI was added.

        •  26 Nov 2004 18:53

          Release Notes: The socket send core was rewritten and improved.

          •  30 Aug 2004 13:55

            Release Notes: Compared to the previous 2.0 series, this is a big improvement in security, features, and portability.

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