Last update: 6 November 2020
Due to some changes in the mod_status Apache module our Fabasoft Folio Web Service had to be modified, thus creating new dependencies that will be summarized in this article.
On 2014-07-23 Red Hat released the advisory detailing fixes to some httpd-packages. The fixed vulnerabilities could allow an attacker to launch a denial of service attack or execute arbitrary code if certain conditions were met, for details see the CVEs linked in the Red Hat security advisory.
Due to the nature of the updates to some of the Apache modules, which may also be installed on a RHEL/CentOS 6.4 system, our Fabasoft Folio Web Service had to be modified accordingly in order to restore functionality and incorporate the security fixes. These changes to the Apache Modules and the Fabasoft Folio Web Services are dependent on each other. Therefore it is necessary to update both the Fabasoft Folio Web Service and the Apache modules at the same time, otherwise the Fabasoft Folio Web Service will fail to start.
When updating the Fabasoft Folio Web Service or the Apache libraries on a RHEL/CentOS 6.4 you have to make the following considerations:
in combination with