I'm currently using a Netscape Enterprise server on a Sparc Solaris 2.5.1
system for hosting secure web sites. I'm planning on adding more systems,
but would like to go with Intel-based boxes with a free Unix implementation.
Right now I'm considering using Red Hat Linux.
I'm looking at my options for adding SSL to these systems. I am aware of
the following products:
Red Hat Secure Web Server ($99)
Apache-SSL (SSLeay) ($Free)
What are the advantages of Stronghold over Red Hat? Is it really worth 10
times the price? I'm planning on hosting heavily trafficed sites. Is one
option better than the other?
My servers are located in the USA and are used for profit. I'm not sure I
can use Apache-SSL in this case. If I can use it, are there any drawbacks
to it that Stronghold or Red Hat do not have?
Thanks for the help,