[Ach] lighttpd

Pepi Zawodsky pepi.zawodsky at maclemon.at
Tue Nov 12 15:56:54 CET 2013

On 12.11.2013, at 14:15, David Durvaux <david.durvaux at autopsit.org> wrote:
> add Lighttpd to the list of webservers proposed

I second that.

In my experience lighty is also used a lot in appliances and embedded system like home NAS boxes. These are usually rarely updated if ever. Also manufacturers have a strong interest in the widest browser support they can get. Yet they should have a look at security as well, because some users do stupid things, like exposing the webinterface of such boxes on the interwebs. Yay, another can of worms. Nom!

Best regards

PS: I just checked, our fridge is running on BusyBox. http://metafridge.metalab.at/ :-)
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