HTTP-WebTest tests remote URLs or local web files.
metazip is an Apache 2.0 module that allows you to serve dynamically-constructed, uncompressed zip files. Thus, your users can choose to download individual files or entire collections, but you don't have to reserve disk space for both.
mod-gzip-disk is a module for Apache 2 that serves gzip compressed HTML from disk rather than compressing on the fly. If compression is not available, the decompressed file is sent to the client.
mod_bunzip2 provides on-the-fly decompression of bzip2-compressed HTML documents.
The mod_cidr_lookup is an Apache module for version 2.2 and 2.0. The mod_cidr_lookup detects client type by looking up the client's source IP address in CIDR blocks. This module sets the environment variable X_CLIENT_TYPE and the HTTP request header X-Client-Type, so it can be used in both Apache (httpd.conf) and Web applications.
mod_csv is a module to publish CSV files as HTML. It was motivated by a project where the Client is preparing timetables in Microsoft Excel, and wishes to publish them to the Web.
mod_dpsearch is a search module for DataparkSearch Engine tool.
mod_filter is a module that was designed to allow you to filter outgoing content from your web server.
mod_form is a utility to decode data submitted from Web forms. It deals with both GET and POST methods where the data are encoded using the default content type application/x-www-form-urlencoded.
mod_gunzip implements server-side decompression of gzip compressed documents. It makes use of zlib functionality.
mod_gzip is an external extension module for the WWW's most popular web server Apache, created in autumn, 2000. Its implementation allows for using the compression method gzip for a significant reduction of the volume of web page content served over the HTTP protocol.
Apache's mod_rewrite provides methods to map values to attributes using the directive RewriteMap. One not so well known feature of mod_rewrite is to extend this functionality with internal functions, which can be defined in a seperate Apache module. mod_icpquery is an Apache-2.0/2.2 compatible module that extends mod_rewrite by internal RewriteMap functions.
mod_layout is an Apache module that provides both a Footer and Header directive to automagically include output from other URIs at the beginning and ending of a Web page. It can be used to wrap documents for a standard look and feel for a site (or to insert banners on any given document in a site).
mod_line_edit is a general-purpose filter for text documents. It operates as a simple on-the-fly line editor, applying search-and-replace rules defined in a configuration or .htaccess file.
mod_macro allows the definition and use of macros within apache runtime configuration files.
This module is a simple, transparent module that makes GET request URLs case insensitive. The algorithm first checks for an exact match (most hits) and if that doesn't work, it tries for a caseless matching.
mod_overload is an Apache module that checks the load average, and when it is higher then a defined value, stops the current request.
The quickdocs module for Apache is a replacement for the standard autoindex module which provides more extensive per-directory indexing features. It turns any directory reachable by your Apache server into a living document!
mod_sar is an Apache2 module which works as output filter and it's purpose is to Search And Replace strings found in web content before its sent to the client.
Mod_scrmable scrambles a word only leaving the first and last letter in place. It works as a filter that hooks up to HTML output. The module filters html-tags and and scrambles all other words.
mod_sleep sleeps a fixed length of time every request.
mod_sqlinclude is an Apache 1.x Web server module which implements MySQL based Include-alike configuration command. This lets you keep your httpd config in database (i.e. VHosts etc).
mod_ssi_func are extensions to mod_include for math functions, random number generation, one step value pair variable setting and flastmod vars.
mod_sync synchronizing files and directories between Apaches.
mod_text2html is written in C and was
designed to replace Apache's internal text/plain handler.
mod_tidy is a TidyLib based DSO module for the Apache HTTP Server Version 2 to parse, clean-up and pretty-print the webservers' (X)HTML output.
mod_txt is a simple output filter module to display plain text files as HTML (or XHTML) with a header and footer. When a text file is requested, it escapes the text as required for HTML, and displays it between the header and the footer.
mod_unzip is a small Apache 2.0 module to transparently access files that are compressed in a ZIP archive. Since the ZIP format has an index for all files in the archive, accesses are very fast. The module also allows to browse the content of the ZIP archive by directory.
mod_upload is an input filter module for multipart/form-data, as submitted from File Upload forms on the Web. mod_upload decodes the data, so the handler gets the file itself without the MIME encoding. Other fields from the form are provided as a table of names/values.
mod_valet_admin is is the main Site Valet Administration Web Component, and duplicates the core admin functions of the Valet Client application.
mod_valet_publish drives the Site Valet Publisher web component. It accepts XML documents uploaded by a Valet Client using POST or PUT, and serves them using GET. It provides users with a choice of report formats using XSLT.
mod_valet_report is the main Site Valet Reporting Web Component, and duplicates the core Browse and Query functions of the Valet Client application.
mod_valet_sql manages a dynamically-resizable pool of shared database connections, using Valet's abstract base class "SQL".
mod_valet_utils exports simple utilities used by the other modules, including: Decoding Form Data and Query Strings from browsers, HTML-escaping URLs, and defining HTML templates for generated reports.
mod_watchcat is a module developed to provide watchcatd-awareness to the Apache 2 webserver. This allows a system administrator to set up timeouts for Apache processes, and thus provide protection against badly coded or malicious scripts. mod_watchcat can be configured to kill those resource-consuming processes before the server locks-up.
mod_xhtml_neg gives the Apache 1.3.x HTTP server the ability to correctly negotiate content types for XHTML documents. Currently these are sent as text/html for most web sites. This gives maximum compatibility among older web clients, but is not recommended practice according to the W3C.
mod_xmltime creates an XML Date/Time graph.
mod_xobjex converts HTTP requests for files ending with ".xsl" into an XML graph to which the requested ".xsl" file is applied.
mod_xsendfile is a small Apache2 module that processes X-SENDFILE headers registered by the original output handler. If it encounters the presence of such header it will discard all output and send the file specified by that header instead using Apache internals including all optimizations like caching-headers and sendfile or mmap if configured.
With the mod_ziplook apache module you can view zip-archive files directly in apache without extracting them to filesystem.
SquidGuard Configuration Module for Webmin
SquidGuard Configuration Module for Webmin helps you to configure the SquidGuard filter for the Squid Proxy/Cache Server. It supports all configuration sections and statements of SquidGuard.