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Usually, Jetty will send the HTTP
Server header on replies.=
It looks something like this:
You can supress the sending of this header by uncommenting the following=
line in the
etc/jetty.xml file from the distribution:
You might want to do this to heighten the security of your site by hidin= g details of the software you are using. Of course, this will do nothing go= od for Jetty's Netcraft rating .