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Difference between Apache 2.0 and 2.2

 
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We are currently using Apache Version 2.0, with J2EE for our web application. Recently we wanted make the site secure (move to https:// port(443))

And due to some PCI vulnerability issues we have been asked to Upgrade Apache Server to Apache version 2.2.22.

Our concern lies in: What would be the effects of upgrading Apache server from 2.0 to 2.2, in terms of securing the Website (making it https://)

please help!!
 
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