Milligan wrote:Try changing the defaults in \xampp\apache\conf\extra\httpd-default.conf
That did it! I'm much obliged.
Nobbie wrote:Of course not, as Xampp is supposed to be used for local development and not for use on webservers.
Again, I'm a bit confused, as a local developer surely knows which versions of the software are installed, or knows how to find out; there's no useful information given to the developer; no useful information given to any additional users; and potentially dangerous information given to people with ill will. Regardless of the intended userbase of XAMPP, it's difficult for me to imagine why creating security problems without a corresponding benefit to any possible audience, when it's so easily fixed, is a good idea. I may be missing something really big here, but I simply don't see the harm in reducing the information and see some potential benefit.