When GnuGK is proxying to the internet, can it be used to hide internal information?

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Can GnuGK be configured so that external connections don't see things
that they don't need to know?

When the Metasploit H.323 scanner is run against the external IPs we
have on GnuGK it's spitting out data that looks like this:

xx.xx.xx.xx:1720 Protocol: 5 VendorID: 0xb5002331 VersionID: Release - ProductID: HDX 8000 HD DisplayName: testsystem

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