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Apache configured for HSTS, but SSLLabs/Chrome not acknowledging

I'm setting up a webserver and I've been checking it against SSLLabs and Chrome 31 to make sure the security is up to snuff. However neither Chrome nor SSLLabs seems to believe that strict transport ...
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Sending two Content-Security-Policy headers

I current have an nginx server that is sending the Content-Security-Policy header, however I've read that apparently IE only supports "X-Content-Security-Policy". Would it be a good idea to send both ...
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Disabling Server Header from Groupwise Mobility

My Groupwise Mobility server application sends a server header with name and version. Is there a configuration possibility so I can disable it somehow? I couldn't find anything helpful so far.
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IIS7 Response header exposes server information when post request is incomplete

IIS reveals "Server: Microsoft-HTTPAPI/2.0" in the response header when a invalid Post request is made. e.g. content-length is not included in the header. The Response returned also says HTTP/1.1 411 ...
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Set Access-Control-Allow-Origin in nginx using wildcard domain

With nginx can I specify Access-Control-Allow-Origin using a wildcard like *.mydomain.com? Would it look like: add_header Access-Control-Allow-Origin *.mydomain.com; Thanks.
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What's the use of X-Powered-By, Server and other similar HTTP headers?

What's the use of Server, X-Powered-By and other similar headers? Looks like the consensus is they should be removed so that automatic vulnerability scanners doen't immediately know which version of ...
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Why would PROPFIND and DAV appear in response headers when WebDAV is disabled?

I've got a bit of a challenge I'm hoping someone has some ideas on. I'm in the process of deploying a web app to a shared environment with a host running IIS7.5. A security scan has shown that WebDAV ...