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Subject: Re: Showcode.asp
From: Steve (steveSECURESOLUTIONS.ORG)
Date: Thu May 18 2000 - 22:58:33 CDT
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I would agree. In general, you are much more secure by keeping your
web on a separate partition that contains NOTHING but files related
to the web site. Of course, in a lot of cases this isn't entirely
This should be one of the first steps taken when implementing web
> The article points out several files of interest that a person
> could look at; but really, any file on the same partition and/or
> the C: drive (if the C: drive partition is different from the
> webroot partition), many of which pose an immediate and direct
> security risk.
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