How to hide the server signature (hide Apache info) from HTTP headers with .htaccess

Apache: How to hide the server signature (hide Apache info) from HTTP headers with .htaccess

If you don't want to publicly announce in the HTTP headers what version of Apache that your website is using, add this code to hide it:

  1. ServerSignature Off

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