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Where do i go to get the latest security updates for 1.3.29?

How can i make sure I keep my apache updated with the latest security fixes? How can i tell if it is at the latest level?
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What distro are you using?
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apache itself is known to be very secure itself.
The most weakness is added to the httpd.conf, which is done by yourself.

Anyway, the security updates for apache itself will be found at http://httpd.apache.org/
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Redhat 9
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So if i have Red Hat 9 and 1.3.29 am i uptodate?

I looked at http://httpd.apache.org/ but i wasnt sure.

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1.3.29 is the most recent version, yes.

Uptodate to what?
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So is there not any know security bugs with 1.3.29 ?
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