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Feb
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comment Disabled ETag on Apache2 but it still sends ETag
ETag is only for file-based request. My site is running on Ruby on Rails. It's not file-based. So I tried it with requesting a physical file and the ETag was not displayed.
Feb
21
comment openssh version shows differently internally and externally
@ZaphodB Thank you for the advice. As you said, I abandoned the installation from source and I requested an exception for PCI network scan.
Feb
21
comment openssh version shows differently internally and externally
Fredi, your answer is very helpful. I really appreciate it. I'll replace /use/sbin/sshd with a symlink to /use/local/sbin/sshd. Is there a way to restart it without rebooting the server?
Feb
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accepted openssh version shows differently internally and externally
Feb
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Feb
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comment openssh version shows differently internally and externally
@FrediWeber I added the output above.
Feb
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revised openssh version shows differently internally and externally
Added 'cat /etc/init.d/ssh' output
Feb
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comment openssh version shows differently internally and externally
@FrediWeber /etc/init.d/ssh is a file. Its size is 4371.
Feb
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Feb
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comment openssh version shows differently internally and externally
@Zoredache I am not sure how to check it. Anyway I ran ssh-keyscan mydomain.com and it showed some long keys.
Feb
21
comment openssh version shows differently internally and externally
Actually, that's what I wanted. But Ubuntu 12.04 doesn't have the latest version of openssh-server. The highest version is 5.9. That's why I had to install it from source. The PCI compliance requires us to upgrade openssh.
Feb
21
comment openssh version shows differently internally and externally
@FrediWeber 'which sshd' shows /usr/local/sbin/sshd.
Feb
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comment openssh version shows differently internally and externally
@FrediWeber I don't have that file. However, /etc/init.d/ssh exists.
Feb
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comment openssh version shows differently internally and externally
@Zoredache I also checked with 'sshd -V' and it displayed OpenSSH_6.5p1, OpenSSL 1.0.1 14 Mar 2012.
Feb
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comment openssh version shows differently internally and externally
Yes. I restarted it. sudo service ssh stop sudo service ssh start
Feb
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asked Disabled ETag on Apache2 but it still sends ETag
Feb
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asked openssh version shows differently internally and externally
Jan
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accepted How to upgrade apache2 for PCI
Jan
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asked How to upgrade apache2 for PCI