Who is using mod_perl? Alphabetical list of websites using mod_perl technology

What is mod_perl?

Mod_perl is an optional module for the Apache HTTP server. It embeds a Perl interpreter into the Apache server. In addition to allowing Apache modules to be written in the Perl programming language, it allows the Apache web server to be dynamically configured by Perl programs.

What websites use mod_perl?

aabridal.com

2021-06-10 05:49:25.549989+00:00

Built with Apache, Fedora, Google Analytics, Hammer js, jQuery, mod_perl, OpenSSL, Perl.

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aaronlisa.deadjournal.com

2021-02-22 23:05:04.054004+00:00

Built with Apache, Debian, Let's Encrypt, mod_perl, mod_ssl, OpenSSL, Perl.

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aaronlisa.insanejournal.com

2021-02-22 23:05:13.218892+00:00

Built with Apache, Google Analytics, mod_perl, Perl, UNIX.

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abbygirlz.com

2020-12-25 08:26:40.132429+00:00

Built with Apache, FreeBSD, mod_perl, mod_ssl, OpenSSL, Perl, PHP, Sectigo.

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abdallah.hiof.no

2020-11-10 14:43:29.567803+00:00

Built with Apache, mod_perl, OpenSSL, Perl, Ubuntu.

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abiesweb.cantabria.es

2020-11-04 19:50:23.291873+00:00

Built with Apache, Google Analytics, jQuery, jQuery UI, mod_dav, mod_perl, mod_ssl, OpenSSL, Perl, PHP, UNIX.

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Alternatives to mod_perl

  1. Google PageSpeed
  2. OpenSSL
  3. mod_auth_pam
  4. mod_dav
  5. mod_fastcgi
  6. mod_jk
  7. mod_python
  8. mod_rack
  9. mod_rails
  10. mod_ssl
  11. mod_wsgi
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