I have a web server, and I was told that the version of Apache running on it is the latest version, regardless of what the output of httpd -v states.

When I execute httpd -v, I see 'Server version: Apache/2.4.6 (CentOS)'

I was told to not pay attention to this version number, and the underlying Apache is running at the latest version. Something about the upstream...?

How can I verify this? As I am pretty cautious that my web server is still running an older and vulnerable version.

Thanks for the help!

marked as duplicate by Michael Hampton centos Feb 10 '17 at 21:36

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