do I need an URL Scan for IIS 6.0 ??

do I need an URL Scan for IIS 6.0 ??

Post by c3ZlbiBraW » Wed, 07 Jul 2004 20:58:01


hi folks

I have some IIS 4 and 5 and eatch IIS has an URL Scan installed. Do I need an URLScan also for IIS 6.0, especially to disable HTTP TRACE and extentions like .bat !!

Thanks !

Ciao sven
 
 
 

do I need an URL Scan for IIS 6.0 ??

Post by c3ZlbiBraW » Wed, 07 Jul 2004 21:02:02

hi folks

I have some IIS 4 and 5 and eatch IIS has an URL Scan installed. Do I need an URLScan also for IIS 6.0, especially to disable HTTP TRACE and extentions like .bat !!

Thanks !

Ciao sven

 
 
 

do I need an URL Scan for IIS 6.0 ??

Post by Ken Schaef » Wed, 07 Jul 2004 21:14:38

Hi,

You might want to check this out:
http://www.yqcomputer.com/

Cheers
Ken



: hi folks
:
: I have some IIS 4 and 5 and eatch IIS has an URL Scan installed. Do I need
an URLScan also for IIS 6.0, especially to disable HTTP TRACE and
extentions like .bat !!
:
: Thanks !
:
: Ciao sven
 
 
 

do I need an URL Scan for IIS 6.0 ??

Post by Sven Kill » Wed, 07 Jul 2004 21:17:11

thanks !!

sven
 
 
 

do I need an URL Scan for IIS 6.0 ??

Post by AOrland » Thu, 08 Jul 2004 00:14:42

Even though much of the functionality of URLScan is wrapped into IIS6, I
would still highly recommend installing it anyways. If for nothing else,
enable the feature to strip IIS header out of the server.




an URLScan also for IIS 6.0, especially to disable HTTP TRACE and
extentions like .bat !!
 
 
 

do I need an URL Scan for IIS 6.0 ??

Post by Jonathan M » Thu, 08 Jul 2004 04:29:59

Hi,

http://www.yqcomputer.com/ ;-)

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do I need an URL Scan for IIS 6.0 ??

Post by Jonathan M » Thu, 08 Jul 2004 04:30:17

Actually, I posted too quickly....ignore that message

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