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In computing, the Apache HTTP Server, an open-source HTTP server, comprises a small core for HTTP request/response processing and for Multi-Processing Modules (MPM) which dispatches data processing to threads or processes. Many additional modules (or "mods"[1] ) are available to extend the core functionality for special purposes.

The following is a list of all the first- and third-party modules available for the most recent stable release of Apache web server:

Name Compatibility Status Developer(s) License Description
mod_access_compat Versions 2.3 and later Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Provides compatibility with access control available in Apache httpd v2.2 and earlier.[2]
mod_actions Versions 1.1 and later Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Provides CGI ability based on request method and media type[3]
mod_alias Versions 1.1 and later Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Allows for client requests to be mapped to different parts of a server's file system and for the requests to be redirected entirely[4]
mod_allowmethods Versions 2.3 and later Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Easily restrict what HTTP methods can be used on the server.[5]
mod_asis Versions 1.3 and later Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Allows for the use of files that contain their own HTTP headers[6]
mod_auth_basic Versions 2.1 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Authenticates users via HTTP Basic Authentication, the backend mechanism for verifying user authentication is left to configurable providers, usually other Apache modules. This module replaces the authentication frontend of several older modules.[7]
mod_auth_digest Versions 1.3.8 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Authenticates users via HTTP Digest Authentication utilizing MD5 encryption. This is more secure than HTTP Basic Authentication provided by other modules. As of Apache 2.1, this module acts as a front-end to authentication providers who verify the actual login.[8][9]
mod_auth_form Versions 2.3 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Authenticates users via a login form on a webpage, the backend mechanism for verifying user authentication is left to configurable providers, usually other Apache modules. This module was created to provide functionality similar to that provided by Apache Tomcat.[10]
mod_authn_anon Version 2.1 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Acts as an authentication provider to other modules, like mod_auth_basic and mod_auth_digest, users are authenticated by using a special user id of "anonymous" and providing their email as the password.[11][12]
mod_authn_core Versions 2.3 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 This module provides core authentication capabilities to allow or deny access to portions of the web site.[13]
mod_authn_dbd Version 2.1 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 This module provides authentication front-ends such as mod_auth_digest, mod_auth_basic, and mod_auth_form to authenticate users by looking up users in SQL tables. Similar functionality is provided by, for example, mod_authn_file.[14]
mod_authn_dbm Version 2.1 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 This module provides authentication front-ends such as mod_auth_digest, mod_auth_basic, and mod_auth_form to authenticate users by looking up users in dbm password files. Similar functionality is provided by mod_authn_file.[15]
mod_authn_file Version 2.1 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Acts as an authentication provider to other modules, like mod_auth_basic, mod_auth_digest, and mod_auth_form, by checking users against plaintext password files.[16][17]
mod_authn_socache Versions 2.3 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Maintains a cache of authentication credentials, so that a new backend lookup is not required for every authenticated request.[18]
mod_authnz_external Versions 1.3 and newer Third-party module Nathan Neulinger, Tyler Allison, Jan Wolter, Dave Woolaway, Sven Koch Apache License, Version 1.0 Acts as an authentication provider to other modules, like mod_auth_basic, mod_auth_digest, and mod_auth_form, by checking users against an external command.[19]
mod_authnz_fcgi Versions 2.4 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 This module allows FastCGI authorizer applications to authenticate users and authorize access to resources.[20]
mod_authnz_ldap Version 2.1 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Acts as an authentication provider to other modules and checks authentication against an LDAP directory.[21]
mod_authz_core Versions 2.3 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 This module provides core authorization capabilities to allow or deny access to portions of the web site.[22]
mod_authz_dbd Version 2.4 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 This module provides authorization capabilities by looking up users in SQL tables. Similar functionality is provided by, for example, mod_authz_groupfile.[23]
mod_authz_dbm Version 2.1 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 This module provides authorization capabilities by looking up users in dbm password files. Similar functionality is provided by mod_authz_groupfile.[24]
mod_authz_groupfile Version 2.1 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 This module provides authorization capabilities by looking up users in a plaintext group file.[25]
mod_authz_host Version 2.1 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Group authorizations based on host (name or IP address).[26]
mod_authz_owner Version 2.1 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Authorization based on file ownership.[27]
mod_authz_user Version 2.1 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Authorization of explicit users.[28]
mod_authz_svn Version 2.1 and newer Third-party module Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Apache configuration directives for configuring path-based authorization for Subversion repositories served through the Apache HTTP Server.[29]
mod_autoindex Version 1.3 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Generates automatic directory listing for display by the server[30][31]
mod_brotli Version 2.4 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Compress content via Brotli before it is delivered to the client.[32]
mod_buffer Version 2.4 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Buffer the input and output filter stacks.[33]
mod_cache Version 2.0 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 HTTP caching filter.[34]
mod_cache_disk Version 2.0 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Disk based storage manager for the HTTP caching filter.[35]
mod_cache_socache Version 2.4 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Shared object cache (socache) based storage manager for the HTTP caching filter.[36]
mod_cern_meta Version 1.1 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 CERN httpd metafile semantics.[37]
mod_cgi Version 1.1 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Execution of CGI scripts.[38]
mod_cgid Version 2.0 and newer, "Unix threaded MPMs only"[39] Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Execution of CGI scripts using an external CGI daemon.[40]
mod_charset_lite Version 2.0 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Specify character set translation or recoding.[41]
mod_data Version 2.3 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Convert response body into an RFC2397 data URL.[42]
mod_dav Version 2.0 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Provides WebDAV (Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning) functionality in Apache.[43]
mod_dav_fs Version 2.0 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Acts as a support module for mod_dav and provides access to resources located in the server's file system.[44]
mod_dav_lock Version 2.0 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Generic locking module for mod_dav.[45]
mod_dav_svn Version 2.1 and newer Third-party module Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Apache configuration directives for serving Apache Subversion repositories through the Apache HTTP Server.[46]
mod_dbd Version 2.1 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Manages SQL database connections.[47]
mod_deflate Version 2.0 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Compress content before it is delivered to the client.[48]
mod_dialup Version 1.3 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Send static content at a bandwidth rate limit, defined by the various old modem standards.[49]
mod_dir Version 1.3 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Provides for "trailing slash" redirects and serving directory index files.[50]
mod_dumpio Version 2.0 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Allows for the logging of all input received by Apache or all output sent by Apache to be logged (dumped) to the error.log file.[51]
mod_echo Version 2.0 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 This module provides an example protocol module to illustrate the concept. It provides a simple echo server. Telnet to it and type stuff, and it will echo it.[52]
mod_env Version 1.1 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 This module allows for control of internal environment variables that are used by various Apache HTTP Server modules. These variables are also provided to CGI scripts as native system environment variables, and available for use in SSI pages. Environment variables may be passed from the shell which invoked the httpd process. Alternatively, environment variables may be set or unset within the configuration process.[53]
mod_evasive Version 1.3 and newer Third-party module Jonathan Zdziarski GNU GPLv2 Evasive maneuvers module for Apache to provide evasive action in the event of an HTTP DoS or DDoS attack or brute force attack. Also designed to be a detection and network management tool.[54]
mod_example_hooks Version 1.2 and newer Experimental Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Illustrates the Apache module API.[55]
mod_expires Version 1.2 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Generation of Expires and Cache-Control HTTP headers according to user-specified criteria.[56]
mod_ext_filter Version 1.3 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Pass the response body through an external program before delivery to the client.[57]
mod_file_cache Version 2.0 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Caches a static list of files in memory.[58]
mod_filter Version 2.1 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Context-sensitive smart filter configuration module.[59]
mod_gnutls Version 2.0 and newer Third-party module Paul Querna, Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos, Dash Shendy, Fiona Klute Apache License, Version 2.0 SSL/TLS engine based on GnuTLS. Similar to mod_ssl in purpose, but it supports some features and protocols that mod_ssl does not, and it does not use OpenSSL.[60]
mod_headers Version 1.2 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Customization of HTTP request and response headers.[61]
mod_heartbeat Version 2.3 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Sends messages with server status to frontend proxy.[62]
mod_heartmonitor Version 2.3 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Centralized monitor for mod_heartbeat origin servers.[63]
mod_honeypot Version 2.4 and newer Third-party extension Bruce Mitchell, Ueli Heuer GNU General Public License, Version 2 Blocks requests from IP addresses blacklisted by Project Honey Pot.[64]
mod_http2 Version 2.4 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Support for the HTTP/2 transport layer.[65]
mod_ident Version 2.1 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Identify users based on the Ident Protocol.[66]
mod_imagemap Version 2.2 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Server side processing for Image map.[67]
mod_include Version 1.3 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Provides an interpreter and support for Server Side Includes.[68]
mod_info Version 1.1 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Provides a web accessible overview of the server configuration.[69]
mod_isapi Version 1.3 and newer, Win32 only Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Server side processing of Internet Server Application Programming Interface (ISAPI) extensions available for Microsoft Windows.[70]
mod_ipblock Apache 2.2 and higher Third-party extension Marian Marinov GNU General Public License, Version 2 CIDR-based IPv4 address blocking for aggressive clients.[71]
mod_jk Version 1.3 and newer Third-party module Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Gateway from HTTP to the Apache JServ Protocol (AJP).[72]. The mod_proxy_ajp module performs a similar function to this module, while being integrated into the mod_proxy framework.
mod_lbmethod_bybusyness Version 2.3 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Pending Request Counting load balancer scheduler algorithm for mod_proxy_balancer.[73]
mod_lbmethod_byrequests Version 2.3 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Request Counting load balancer scheduler algorithm for mod_proxy_balancer.[74]
mod_lbmethod_bytraffic Version 2.3 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Weighted Traffic Counting load balancer scheduler algorithm for mod_proxy_balancer.[75]
mod_lbmethod_heartbeat Version 2.3 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Heartbeat Traffic Counting load balancer scheduler algorithm for mod_proxy_balancer.[76]
mod_ldap Version 2.0 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 LDAP connection pooling and result caching services for use by other LDAP modules.[77]
mod_lisp Version 1.3 and newer Third-party module Marc Battyani Apache License, Version 2.0 Enables Apache to interface with application servers written in Common Lisp.[78]
mod_log_config Version 1.2 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Provides flexible logging of client requests in a customizable format.[79]
mod_log_debug Version 2.3 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Additional configurable debug logging.[80]
mod_log_forensic Version 1.3 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Forensic Logging of requests made to the server.[81]
mod_logio Version 2.0 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Provides the logging of input and output number of bytes received/sent per request.[82]
mod_lua Version 2.3 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Provides Lua hooks into various portions of the httpd request processing.[83]

The following is a list of historical first- and third-party modules available for prior versions of the Apache web server:

Name Compatibility Status Developer(s) License Description
mod_access Versions older than 2.1 Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Provides access control based on the client and the client's request[84]
mod_aspdotnet Apache License, Version 2.0 No longer under the Apache Software Foundation umbrella. Development has been resumed by the original authors at its new home, the mod-aspdotnet SourceForge project.
mod_auth Versions older than 2.1 Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Authenticates users via Basic access authentication by checking against plaintext password and group files. In Apache 2.1 and later, this plaintext authentication is enabled by mod_authn_file instead.[85]
mod_auth_anon Versions 1.1-2.1 Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Allows authentication with a special user id of 'anonymous' and an email address as the password. As an authentication mechanism, this was replaced by mod_authn_anon.[86]
mod_auth_db Versions 1.1-1.3 Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Provides user authentication using Berkeley DB files.
mod_auth_dbm Versions older than 2.1 Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 This module provides for HTTP Basic Authentication, where the usernames and passwords are stored in DBM type database files. It is an alternative to the plain text password files provided by mod_auth.
mod_auth_kerb Both 1.x and 2.x series of Apache are supported Masarykova universita MIT License Using the Basic Auth mechanism, it retrieves a username/password pair from the browser and checks them against a Kerberos server
mod_auth_ldap Versions 2.0.41-2.1 Experimental Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Allows HTTP Basic Authentication by checking against an LDAP directory. The authentication mechanism of checking against an LDAP directory is provided via mod_authnz_ldap in Apache versions 2.1 and later.
mod_auth_oid Version 2.2 Third-party module Pascal Buchbinder Apache License, Version 2.0 Allows an Apache server to act as an OpenID "Relying Party"[87]
mod_authn_alias Version 2.1 and 2.2 Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 This module allows extended authentication providers to be created within the configuration file and assigned an alias name. The alias providers can then be referenced through the directives AuthBasicProvider or AuthDigestProvider in the same way as a base authentication provider.[88] This functionality was moved to mod_authn_core in v2.4.[89]
mod_authn_default Version 2.1 and 2.2 Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 This module is designed to be the fallback module, if you don't have an authentication module like mod_auth_basic configured. It simply rejects any credentials supplied by the user. This functionality was removed in v2.4.[90]
mod_authnz_mysql Version 2.2 This module provides both authentication and authorization for the Apache 2.2 webserver like mod-authnz-ldap . It uses a MySQL database to retrieve user and group informations.
mod_backhand Version 1.3 Third-party module Yair Amir, Theo Schlossnagle Seamless redirection of HTTP requests from one web server to another. Can be used to target machines with under-utilized resources.[91]
mod_balancer
mod_bandwidth Version 1.2 to 2.1 Third-party module Yann Stettler and CohProg SàRL Apache License, Version 1.1 Server-wide or per connection bandwidth limits, based on the directory, size of files and remote IP/domain.[92]
mod_bonjour
mod_bw The httpd web server doesn't really have a way to control how much resources a given virtual host can have/ a user can request. This module should be able to limit access to certain areas of the website and to limit malicious users.
mod_bwlimited mod_bwlimited is a CPanel module that allows limiting and monitoring of bandwidth and connection speed etc. It allows CPanel to give very accurate reports of bandwidth usage on HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, SMTP and a few other services as well as limiting bandwidth usage and connection speed. The module is only available on servers running CPanel and isn't available anywhere else
mod_c Third-party module Cache DLL/SO executables to create very high speed dynamic web pages. mod_c is supported by EHTML (executable HTML)
mod_celerity Version 1.3 and newer Stable Extension MP Solutions, LLC. MIT License Provides communications to Modern Pascal's Celerity Engine
mod_cidrblock Version 2.2 and newer Third-party extension Yoyodyne GNU General Public License, Version 2 Blocks requests from a user-specified list of CIDR blocks
mod_csrf Version 2.0 (and newer ?) Third Party chrishypernetch, ia97lies, pbuchbinder GNU, Version 2.1 Provides a token based validation layer in order to mitigate CRSF/XSRF request.
mod_define Version 1.3 and newer Third Party Apache License, Version 2.0 Definition of variables for arbitrary directives.
mod_disk_cache Version 2.0 to 2.3 Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Renamed to mod_cache_disk in Apache httpd v2.3.
mod_example Version 1.2 and newer Experimental Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 The example module is an actual working module. If you link it into your server, enable the "example-handler" handler for a location, and then browse to that location, you will see a display of some of the tracing the example module did as the various callbacks were made.
mod_extract
mod_fcgid Version 2.0, 2.2 and 2.4 Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 mod_fcgid is a high performance alternative to mod_cgi or mod_cgid, which starts a sufficient number instances of the CGI program to handle concurrent requests, and these programs remain running to handle further incoming requests. It is favored by the PHP developers, for example, as a preferred alternative to running mod_php in-process, delivering very similar performance.
mod_fastcgi This 3rd party module provides support for the FastCGI protocol. FastCGI is a language independent, scalable, open extension to CGI that provides high performance and persistence without the limitations of server specific APIs.
mod_flvx Stream Flash video
mod_frontpage Starts a service for Microsoft FrontPage.
mod_frontpage Mirfak Apache License, Version 2.0 Mirfak is an open-source mod_frontpage reimplementation that is more secure, and can be used with a binary installation of Apache (possibly including mod_ssl, php, etc.). The module is licensed under the Apache license.
mod_geoip Version 2.0 and above Third-party module MaxMind Apache License, Version 1.1 Looks up the IP address of the client end user. Can be used to perform redirection based on country. Deprecated and replaced with mod_maxminddb.[93]
mod_gzip Version 1.3 to 2.0 Third-party module Kevin Kiley, Konstantin Balashov Apache License, Version 2.0 Perform on-the-fly DEFLATE compression.[94] Replaced by mod_deflate.
mod_h264_streaming Version 2.2 and newer Third-party module CodeShop Dual (cc BY-NC-SA or commercial) H264 Streaming Module.[95]
mod_ibm_ssl Version 2.2 and up Third-party module SSL/TLS support for the IBM HTTP Server, a derivative of the Apache HTTP Server.[96]
mod_imap Version 1.2-2.0 Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Server side processing for Image map. This module was renamed to mod_imagemap from v2.2 onwards.[97]
mod_macro Version 1.3 and newer Third party Apache License postcard variant Allows to define and use macros within Apache runtime configuration files.
mod_maxminddb Version 2.2 and above Third-party module MaxMind Apache License, Version 2.0 Looks up the IP address of the client end user. Can be used to perform redirection based on country. Replaces mod_geoip.[98]
mod_mem_cache Version 2.0 to 2.3 Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Replaced by mod_cache_socache. Removed in Apache httpd v2.3.
mod_mime Version 1.3 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0
mod_mime_magic Version 1.3 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Determines the MIME type of files in the same way the Unix file(1) command works: it looks at the first few bytes of the file. Intended as a "second line of defense" for cases that mod_mime can't resolve.
mod_mono Version 2.0 and newer Third-party extension Xamarin (Microsoft) Apache License, Version 2.0 Supports running ASP.NET applications and sites on top of the Mono (software) framework.
mod_musicindex
mod_mysql
mod_negotiation Version 1.3 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0
mod_nsf Version 2.2 and newer Third-party extension Yoyodyne GNU General Public License, Version 2 Timed blacklisting for IPs requesting nonexistent URLs
mod_nss SSL provider derived from the mod_ssl module for the Apache web server that uses the Network Security Services.
mod_ntlm
mod_ntlm_winbind
mod_ntlm2
mod_nw_ssl Version 2.0 and newer, Netware only Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0
mod_oc4j
mod_openpgp
mod_ossl
mod_owa
mod_pagespeed Version 2.2 and newer Third Party Module Google Apache License, Version 2.0 Rewrites web pages to reduce latency and bandwidth. See [1]
mod_parrot
mod_perl Version 1.3 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Allows usage of Perl within Apache
mod_php / libphp5 Version 1.3 and newer[99] Third-party module The PHP Group PHP License Enables usage of PHP within Apache
mod_psgi Version 2.2 and newer Apache License, Version 2.0 Implements the PSGI specification within Apache
mod_python Version 2.0 and newer Third-party module Gregory Trubetskoy et al. Apache License, Version 2.0 Allows usage of Python within Apache[100]
mod_proxy Version 1.1 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0
mod_proxy_connect Version 2.0 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0
mod_proxy_fcgi Version 2.4 and newer Stable extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Allows to proxy request through FastCGI
mod_proxy_ftp Version 2.0 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0
mod_proxy_html Version 2.4 and newer, available as a third-party module for earlier 2.x versions Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Rewrite HTML links in to ensure they are addressable from Clients' networks in a proxy context.
mod_proxy_http Version 2.0 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0
mod_qos Version 2.2 Third-party module Pascal Buchbinder GNU General Public License, Version 2 Controls access to the web server to avoid resource oversubscription.
mod_r Version 1.2.8 Third-Party Extension Jeffrey Horner Apache License, Version 2.0 Embeds R interpreter in Apache
mod_rails
mod_rewrite Version 1.2 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 URL redirection rewriting often for URL shortening or to accomplish semantic URLs; see URL rewriting
mod_rivet Version 2.0 and newer Third-Party Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Embeds a Tcl interpreter in Apache
mod_ruby Version 1.3 and newer Third-Party Extension Shugo Maeda Apache License, Version 2.0 Embeds a Ruby interpreter in Apache
mod_security Third-party module Trustwave SpiderLabs Apache License, Version 2.0 Native implementation of the web application firewall, working as an Apache module. Both major Apache branches are supported.
mod_setenvif Version 1.3 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0
mod_setenvifplus Version 2.2 and newer Third-party module Pascal Buchbinder Apache License, Version 2.0 Allows Apache to set environment variables based on different parts of a request parsed by regular expressions and encode/decode Base64.[101]
mod_so Version 1.3 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 On selected operating systems this module can be used to load modules into Apache HTTP Server at runtime via the Dynamic Shared Object (DSO) mechanism, rather than requiring a recompilation.[102]
mod_spambot Version 1.3 and newer Third-Party Extension Nigel Horne GNU General Public License, Version 2 Blocks bots and harvesters
mod_spamhaus Version 2.2 and newer Third-party extension Luca Ercoli GNU General Public License, Version 2 Blocks requests from IPs on Spamhaus block list.[103]
mod_speling Version 1.3 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Attempts to correct mistaken URLs that users might have entered by ignoring capitalization and by allowing up to one misspelling
mod_ssl Version 2.0 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0
mod_sslcrl Version 2.2 Third-party module Pascal Buchbinder Apache License, Version 2.0 Verifies the validity of client certificates against Certificate Revocation Lists (CRL)[104]
mod_sspi
mod_status Version 1.1 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Provides information on server activity and performance
mod_substitute Version 2.2.7 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Perform search and replace operations on response bodies
mod_suexec Version 2.0 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Allows users to run CGI and SSI applications as a different user
mod_suphp
mod_throttle
mod_tidy Version 2.0/2.2 Third-party module Sierk Bornemann, Günter Knauf Apache License, Version 2.0 HTML_Tidy resp. Libtidy based module that parses, cleans up and pretty-prints the web server (X)HTML output.[105]
mod_tile OpenStreetMap
mod_torcheck Version 2.2 and newer Third-party extension Yoyodyne GNU General Public License, Version 2 Blocks requests from Tor exit nodes
mod_unique_id Version 1.3 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0
mod_upload
mod_uploader
mod_userdir Version 1.3 and newer Included by Default Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Allows user-specific directories to be accessed using the http://example.com/~user/[permanent dead link] syntax.
mod_usertrack Version 1.2 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0
mod_version Version 2.0.56 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Allows version dependent configuration with the container <IfVersion>
mod_vhost_alias Version 1.37 and newer Stable Extension Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Creates dynamically configured virtual hosts, by allowing the IP address or the host: header of the HTTP request to be used as part of the pathname to determine what files to serve.
mod_virgule GNU GPLv2
mod_vmd
mod_whitelist Version 2.4 Third-party module MIT License IP whitelisting based on a MySQL table see github repository
mod_wl Depends on module version Third-party module Oracle Oracle proprietary (only pre-compiled binaries are provided, no sources) Enables working as a proxy for BEA/Oracle WebLogic[106]
mod_wl_20 Version 2.0 Third-party module Oracle Oracle proprietary (only pre-compiled binaries are provided, no sources) Enables working as a proxy for BEA/Oracle WebLogic
mod_wl_22 Version 2.2 Third-party module Oracle Oracle proprietary (only pre-compiled binaries are provided, no sources) Enables working as a proxy for BEA/Oracle WebLogic
mod_wl_24 Version 2.4 Third-party module Oracle Oracle proprietary (only pre-compiled binaries are provided, no sources) Enables working as a proxy for BEA/Oracle WebLogic
mod_wsgi Apache License, Version 2.0
mod_xsendfile Apache License, Version 2.0
mod_xml2enc Apache Software Foundation Apache License, Version 2.0 Transcoding module that can be used to extend the internationalisation support of libxml2-based filter modules by converting encoding before or after the filter has run. Thus an unsupported input charset can be converted to UTF-8, and output can also be converted to another charset if required.
mod_xml
mod_xslt
mod_xml_curl
mod_xmlrpc
mod_xrv
mod_zlib

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