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From: aphex (pulsewidthgmx.net)
Date: Fri Jul 06 2001 - 13:00:36 CDT
7/07/2001 1:14:35 AM, Peter Pentchev <roamorbitel.bg> wrote:
>On Fri, Jul 06, 2001 at 05:02:17PM +0200, Khalil.Haddadubs.com wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> After visiting this web site : www.netcraft.com, I discovered that it
>> is possible to trace version changes of OS, apache or php.
>> By the way, the output for my server gives me Apache/1.3.19 but i have
>> upgraded to 1.3.20 recently, why hasn't this been taken in
>> consideration? (i used ports to upgrade)
>Maybe no one has performed a Netcraft query for your server since
I've been able to fool netcraft.com into saying I run a different webserver, but am still unable to hide the fact that I'm running freebsd.
Would you happen to know how they get this information? no banners on any services display the fact that im running freebsd so I'm guessing
its got to do with tcp/ip fingerprints. Anyway at all to hide this?
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