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[SOLVED] turn off Murmur server information

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Hello reader(s),

I would like to turn off the information that Murmur sends to the client about what operating system the server is running on and which version. This seems a huge security hole to me. Sadly enough I couldnt find a way to turn this off or to spoof it.

How to remove/disable this "feature"?

Thanks in advance.
Add the following line to your murmur.ini to stop sending this information.

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sendversion=False
rawnar wrote:Add the following line to your murmur.ini to stop sending this information.

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sendversion=False
Perfect! This is exactly what I wanted. http://img638.imageshack.us/img638/7615/versioninfo.jpg

In my opinion they should set "sendversion" on "false" by default.

Thank you Rawnar for your quick reply!
Just to go on the record:
stupidzorz wrote:In my opinion they should set "sendversion" on "false" by default.
TBH, I don't see the real issue. If anything, it'd be fake security by very weak obscurity, since there are a good number of other ways for OS profiling. In addition, most vulnerabilities result from services (as opposed to the OS proper), and those aren't exposed by murmur.

It's a bit like attempting to secure a WLAN by disabling SSID broadcasts. Spoiler: it doesn't work :P
I’d like the setting to be in the ini.
So ppl. know about it and can falsify, if they want to.
kissaki wrote:I’d like the setting to be in the ini.
So ppl. know about it and can falsify, if they want to.
Done.
rawnar wrote:
04 May 2011, 11:03
Add the following line to your murmur.ini to stop sending this information.

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sendversion=False
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Thank you) It works ! Easy solution.