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    Apache Modules Scanning

    Hey this is just a question ive been wondering over for a couple days..

    Is there any way to scan remotely what modules a apache server has loaded.. like mod_ssl mod_proxy etc.. besides using the banner scan since most apache servers running default mods donot show it in the banner response..

    so if anyone has any codes or texts related to this matter or just your personal 2 cents itll be helpfull, Thanx..
    Peace..

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    Seeing as most sensible hosts will disable the modules on the Apache banner, you can't tell directly.

    If you can get php code run you can find out using phpinfo() in most installations.

    If someone else has conveniently left a phpinfo() script somewhere you can access it, you might be able to use that. Some common applications have it in their install by default (although they usually have some access control on it).

    PHP you can find out the version by looking at a php page and seening the X-Powered-By header.

    Slarty

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    hmm so theres no other way to detect them remotely.. if banner is turned off (not by phpinfo or other scripts like that) im just doing a little research work for a scanner i wanted to write.

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