When we visit, we will display some information of the server software. We do not want users to display such sensitive information. E.g. SQLAnywhere / 17.0.10.5963



<html><head><title>401 Authorization Required</title></head>
<body><h1>
401 Authorization Required
</h1><hr><address>SQLAnywhere/17.0.10.5963</address>
</body></html>

asked 05 Feb, 11:25

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you should hide the server behind firewall + another web proxy such as Apache HTTPD or nginx. It has to show the technical page such as "oooops".

(06 Feb, 04:04) Vlad
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I want to modify these contents or blank text directly, not to filter the port, but to modify the http header server information.

Content-Type: application / json

Server: SQLAnywhere / 17.0.10.5963 >>>>server:null

(16 Feb, 11:58) mfkpie8

The SQL Anywhere HTTP Server (and the MobiLink Server) no longer puts the <address> tag in HTTP responses as of v17.0.10 build 6028. The v17.0.10 build 6057 Windows EBF should be posted this week, and the v17.0.10 build 6041 Linux EBF should already be available.

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edited 05 Mar, 08:42

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As the EBF for Windows is now available, am I right that this change is not documented in the according readme?

(06 Mar, 06:15) Volker Barth
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You are correct.

(09 Mar, 10:55) Reg Domaratzki

I have not tried that myself but I guess you can use the sa_set_http_header system procedure to set the "Server" header value to whatever value you like.

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