If you want to change the IIS header, you'll need to edit
C:\WINNT\system32\inetsrv\W3SVC.DLL with a hex editor.
Do search for the string Microsoft-IIS/4.0 it occurs twice,
Remember you can only replace it with the same number
At 11:53 AM 5/4/01 +0100, you wrote:
>As far as I remember about my years in hell (i mean using windows), you
>can turn this down by two ways :
>>1. Securing the NT Box on its own on the network side so it won't answer
>queries (but too much securing might deny access to 80 ;)
>2. Deleting or changing a key in the registry : but beware, that will
>avoid the server to be upgraded properly on any ms product such as :
>SQL/srv, IIS option pack, service pack, etc ...
>>On 04 May 2001 11:46:53 +0100, Eamonn Shinners wrote:
> > Hi guys,
> > I know some people here really hate windoze, but I need to
> > get some info for a colleague who is using IIS 4.0.
> > The server advertises itself as being IIS 4.0, obviously this
> > makes it easy relatively easy for anyone to hack into, as they know
> > straight away what they are dealing with. Does anybody on the list know if
> > this can be turned in the registry, or the IIS metabase, or wherever,
> so that
> > if someone is trying to find out what the site is based on, they will just
> > get a blank response, or altenatively some other nasty text.
> > All help on this appreciated,
> > Eamonn
> > ps - even a pointer to where the info can be obtained
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