How to modify the header information returned by Apache
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Article Title: how to modify the header information returned by Apache. Linux is a technology channel of the IT lab in China. Includes basic categories such as desktop applications, Linux system management, kernel research, embedded systems, and open source.
Problem Analysis: When the client is connected to the Apache server, Apache generally returns the server version, non-default module, and other information, such:
Server: Apache/1.3.26 (Unix) mod_perl/1.26.
You can make the following settings in the Apache configuration file to minimize the server information it returns:
After this configuration, Apache will return certain server information, such:
However, this does not affect server security too much, because many scanning software does not check the header information returned by your server when scanning. If you want to change the information returned by the server:
Server: It iS a nOnE-aPaCHe Server
Then you have to modify the source code.
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