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Ok, that was a really tough one. Web server of the year? Duh, easy, but I use and depend on openssh, openssl, and gpg. I chose openssh because I use it every day, even to work on computers in the other room, but the other two are majorly important. Too bad there isn't a way to give an award to all three.
Distribution: Gentoo for me, Slackware for servers
Vote for GPG, but OpenSSH also is great.
GPG: Cause works on a non well developed area (Email), access to the computer can be done to walking in front of it and do it, there is a secure way, but email... or plain text traveling over the net... , you can't do it of any other way.