ABYSS - small multiplatform webserver ABYSS aims to be a fully HTTP/1.1 compliant web server. Its main design goals are speed, low resource usage and portability. ABYSS works on most UNIX based systems and on Win32 systems (Win95/98/2000/NT). BSD source license (Sep 2001)
Anti-Web httpd - minimal http webserver Anti-Web httpd is a single-process Web server that relies on its inherent simplicity to be robust and secure. It has support for virtual hosts, CGI, IPv6, and more. It is easy to launch and use no configuration files. Linux/Windows GPL (Oct 2003)
Apache - portable HTTP webserver Apache is the world's most popular HTTP server, being quite possibly the best around in terms of functionality, efficiency, security and speed. Supports Unix, Linux, Win32. Freeware. (Apr 2000)
Caudium - multi-threaded webserver with XSLT Caudium is a single process multi-threaded Web server. It has a built-in pre-processing language and an early stage of XSLT-support. The server also comes with a fast log parser. Configuration is easily done using a WWW-GUI. Writen in Pike and C for Unix (Dec 2002)
Cherokee - lightweight and fast webserver Cherokee is a tiny, ultrafast, lightweight Web server. Implemented entirely in C, and has no dependencies beyond a standard C library. It is embeddable, extensible with plug-ins, and supports on-the-fly configuration by reading files or strings. GPL Linux (Oct 2003)
Comanche - Configuration manager for Apache Comanche is a quality, cross-platform, GUI tool for configuration and management of open source software. . It is easily extensible through plugins, and runs on most flavors of UNIX, Windows, and even Macs. (Apr 2000)
Null httpd - small multithreaded webserver Null httpd is a very small, simple and multithreaded web server for Linux and Windows. GPL Licensed (Sep 2002)
roxen - modern freeware webserver Freeware webserver supports HTTP 1.1, LDAP, Java Servelets, ODBC, SSL 3, macro/scripting languages and much more. Unix and NT platforms supported. (Oct 1999)
Thy - fast and light httpd webserver Thy is a HTTP daemon designed from the ground up to be lightweight and fast, bloat is strictly kept away. If a feature commonly found in other daemons can be implemented outside of Thy, it will not find its way in. Unix only (Jan 2003)
W3C - http webserver and proxy server The CERN httpd (also known as W3C httpd) is a generic public domain full-featured hypertext server which can be used as a regular HTTP server. Also includes proxy server feature set. Supports all Unix platforms and VMS. Source in C. (Mar 1999)
WN - webserver with C source WN is a webserver that provides more than just a http 1.1 daemon. It includes extensive inline scripting that is robust enough to eliminate the need for CGI in some cases. Built-in support for mailing list digests. (Jul 1998)
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