Check what server software is powering a website.
Server Details uses the information provided by a web page's HTTP headers to show what software is running the web server it is on.
You can see what can be detected on a website with the web based version of the tool at http://whitefirdesign.com/tools/server-details.html
The extension detects the following software:
(* indicates that warning is provided for outdated version of software)
Apache HTTP Server *
Apache Traffic Server *
Atypon Web Server
GlassFish Server Open Source Edition
Google Servlet Engine
Google Web Server
IBM HTTP Server *
Idea Web Server
Netscape Enterprise Sever
Ning HTTP Server
Oracle Application Server
Oracle iPlanet Web Server
Paste WSGI Server
Squarespace Web Server
Sun ONE Web Server
Sun Java System Web Server
Yahoo Traffic Server
Zeus Web Server *
Caching: Drupal, Squid, TYPO3, Varnish, W3 Total Cache *
Control Panels: cPanel and Plesk
JBoss Application Server
Operating Systems: CentOS, Debian, FreeBSD, Gentoo, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Scientific Linux, Ubuntu, and Windows
Phusion Passenger *
Some software distributions backport security fixes to older versions of software instead of releasing a new version. The extension will not warn about outdated software when that appears to be the case. You can disable this feature in the options if you want to be warned anyway.
If you are unsatisfied with the extension in any way, please get in touch with us to get a refund.
1.0.14: Updated outdated software checks.
1.0.13: Increased detection of CentOS, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Scientific Linux, and Ubuntu versions.
Updated software versions used for checking for outdated software.
1.0.12: Updated software versions used for checking for outdated software.