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14 October 2013


Techhelplistcom - Very good point. I should have mentioned something about that in the post, but neglected to. By changing that config option, you essentially hide the SSH comment portion (described above) of the OpenSSH banner. It would still show the SSH version and OpenSSH version, but would effectively prevent someone from doing the translation technique to identify the Operating System. I'm more interested in people upgrading their operating systems to supported versions than hiding the fact that they are running older ones, but your point is definitely an important piece that some users may want to consider if that information is considered sensitive in the context of your environment.


DebianBanner no

or i guess compile your own sshd binary to hide the version entirely.

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