How to Hide Apache Version Number and Other Sensitive Info

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2 Responses

  1. HugHich says:

    Easy and useful
    Thank you!

    I guess there is a typo here

    $ sudo systemctl apache2 restart  #SystemD
    $ sudo service apache2 restart     #SysVInit  
    

    should be
    $ sudo systemctl restart apache2 #SystemD
    $ sudo service apache2 restart #SysVInit

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @HugHich,

      Thanks for finding this article useful and easy to follow. Yes, your guess was right, that was a typo, corrected in the article..

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