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BadBlue Win32 PHP server adds security features

By Dave Minor
on May 10, 2001

BadBlue is a free, small footprint web server that supports PHP, CGI and ISAPI under Windows. The newly released version supports user account management, access control to files/folders, CLF logging, IP restrictions and peer-to-peer file sharing.

Because of its small size (the core server is about 70K and the entire download is around 150K), it’s a quick way to learn, develop and deploy PHP applications. BadBlue can be downloaded, installed and configured to run PHP in about a minute.

BadBlue is especially useful in mobile/wireless applications and supports out-of-the-box P2P file sharing. In addition to standard Napster/Gnutella-style sharing, BadBlue can serve up live Excel and Word data over an HTTP connection.

New security features overview: http://badblue.com/helpsec.htm

Quick start info on BadBlue and PHP: http://badblue.com/helpphps.htm

Screen shot of live spreadsheet sharing: http://badblue.com/helpxls.htm

Configuring BadBlue to run as a Win9X or WinNT service: http://badblue.com/helpin.htm