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From Dan Nelson <dan.nel...@transcom.com.au>
Subject [users@httpd] mod_headers
Date Thu, 23 Nov 2006 03:28:51 GMT

I'm running Apache 2.0 on Debian Sarge.

I have a non-standard application for Apache, and don't want to send any
headers in the response.  I thought I'd be able to do so using
mod_headers.

I can use the 'Header' directive to add my own header, and then append
to and unset it.  But using the same syntax, I can't have any effect on
the standard headers such as 'Server:' and 'Date:'.

Header unset Server
Header append Server "hello world"
Header unset Connection:

None of the above has any effect.  These statements are in a virtual
host section.

Is there some way to remove these headers?

Thanks

Dan

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