Server info in SSL handshake?

Hi, today I was watching traffic on port 443 for other reasons
and I saw a line go by that had unusual information, looking
a little bit like server info headers (I saw “nginx” and the version
number and a couple other info I think maybe “REMOTE_ADDR”
or something like it). Its port 443 so it surprised me – does
some server info leak out during the SSL handshake?

I saw it at least twice but now it isn’t coming back and I wasn’t
able to capture it. :frowning:

Sorry, I think false alarm. I think it happened when I
removed the port so listening on all ports and it caught
traffic to php-fpm immediately below the traffic from
the outside to nginx so it looked like the server info
was on port 443 but i think it was not.


Subject: Server info in SSL handshake?
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Hi, today I was watching traffic on
port 443 for other reasons
and I saw a line go by that had unusual information,
looking
a little bit like server info headers (I saw “nginx” and the
version
number and a couple other info I think maybe “REMOTE_ADDR”
or something like it). Its port 443 so it surprised me –
does
some server info leak out during the SSL handshake?

I saw it at least twice but now it isn’t coming back and I
wasn’t
able to capture it. :frowning:

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