internet.com’s ServerWatch reports on surveys that examine the number and types of servers being used to power the Internet. There are two basic surveys tracked, the Security Space Web Server Survey and the Netcraft Web Server Survey.
| Netcraft Web Server Survey
The Netcraft Web Server Survey is a survey of Web Server software usage on Internet connected computers. Netcraft collects and collates as many hostnames providing an http service as it can find, and systematically polls each one with an HTTP request for the server name.
Read the June 2002 Netcraft Web Server Survey from ServerWatch.
| Security Space Web Server Survey
The Security Space Web Server Survey is a survey of Web Server software usage on the Internet broken down by 86 domains. Security Space estimates that even though there are almost 20 million Web sites, nearly 90 percent are “orphans” to which no other sites link. Security Space’s Web server survey includes only those servers referenced on other sites.
Read the June 2002 Security Space Survey Results from ServerWatch.
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