Supply versions of Apache newer than provided by OS vendors
Currently, Plesk supports Apache from the Linux vendor and does not provide its own Apache build. For example, CentOS 6 has Apache 2.2 by default.
Based on the article comment it would be good to have more recent Apache version in use: https://support.plesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/213901685?page=1#comment_360001830960
Apache 2.4.6 was released in 2013 (!) in the meantime the latest version is Apache 2.4.46 (august 2020).
I understand Plesk cannot update Apache every time to a newer version, however still running 2.4.6 is a bit absurd.
Furthermore there are quite a few CVE fixes in the newer versions along with several new performance tweaks / options.
So I would urge Plesk to update Apache to something more modern. This should be possible for at least CentOS 7.x (I understand that for CentOS 6.x the urge is lower, as it will become EOL by the end of the year).
Sidenote; I noticed Plesk with CentOS 8.x is running on Apache/2.4.37. So it should be possible for CentOS 7.x as well imho.
I also checked our DirectAdmin servers and even the older ones like with CentOS 6.x are running modern versions of Apache (e.g. Apache/2.4.41). So I don't understand why Plesk is lacking in this department. Especially considering Plesk is a premium control panel interface and should be modern in all ways.
Thank you for your input. We will consider this functionality in upcoming releases if it is popular. Everyone, please continue voting for this feature if you consider it important.