CVE-2022-22719 A crafted request body could crash the process.

CVE-2022-22719 A crafted request body could crash the process.

The issue seems to be related to the handling of chunked transfer encoding. The Apache developers have released a new version which mitigates this issue. You can upgrade your server by following the steps below. 1. Stop the Apache HTTP Server.
To do this, issue the following command at the Linux command prompt:

$ systemctl stop httpd.service

2. Download the new version of the Apache HTTP Server from the official website.

3. Unzip the file and move the installation directory to the location where the server is installed.

4. Start the server by issuing the command below at the Linux command prompt:

$ systemctl start httpd

5. Visit the server's configuration page and change the Vhost directive to the new one.
Redirect server responses to a different path:

RewriteEngine On

RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f

RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d

RewriteRule ^(.+)/$ index.php?target=_favicon&file=$1 [R,L]

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Install NGINX as a replacement for Apache

1. Install NGINX as a replacement for Apache by following the steps below:
a) Download NGINX from the official website.
b) Unzip the file and navigate to the location where it is installed.
c) Start the server by issuing the command below at the Linux command prompt:
$ sudo systemctl start nginx

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