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    Roxen Challenger

    I just installed Roxen Challenger 1.3 on my Debian Box. Any thoughts or comments on Roxen or the security or lack therof on it?

    thanks,
    Mankan

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    What I have heard about Roxen is only good things, and I have not seen any remarkable security flaws and warnings. Our ISP is using Roxen and it seems to be stable and fast aswell, I have to admit that I prefer to use Apache, my opinion is built on my knowledge and experience, I have not used Roxen myself.

    For those who not know Roxen can find information at their website: http://www.roxen.com/

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    Ok. Thanks for the input. Anyone got experiece with pike? I think it looks sorta nifty.
    Mankan

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    - Edsger Dijkstra

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    Roxen kicks ass. I haven't used it in a while, because I don't run a web server, but it was really cool. pike is pretty good, it just takes a little while to get used to. Since it is propritary to Roxen (I think it still is at least), the commands are kind of strange. But once you understand it.....
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    but only for your enemy\"
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