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    I'm currently running an Apache server.
    When I look at the headers it sends
    back, I see:

    Apache/1.3.12 (Unix) PHP/4.0RC1 mod_ssl/2.6.2 OpenSSL/0.9.5a

    Is there an easy way to change this? I want
    it to say something completely different.
    I looked through the PHP code, and there
    is a directive in php.ini called "expose_php"
    which can be set to "off". Also, looking
    through the Apache code, in
    /src/include/httpd.h there are some variables
    which I could probably change. Any other
    ideas on doing this? How do I get
    rid of the SSL stuff?

    I'm sure I'll get responses like "don't do
    this. It doesn't enhance your security",
    etc, but really, I'm just interested in how
    to do it, because I have my own very
    specific and valid reasons for wanting
    to do this.
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