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Masking your web server

There is a new feature available in the CVS, and it allows you to mask your web server and instruct it to pretend to be something else. Normally, to do this sort of thing you would have to change Apache source code and recompile, now you can do it with a single configuration directive. Just type:

SecServerSignature "Microsoft-IIS/5.0"

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