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RE: Web app based on .net - best practice?
From: Dennis Hurst (dhurstspidynamics.com)
Date: Wed Apr 23 2003 - 10:51:54 CDT
Microsoft has a pretty good set of documentation that answers a lot of
the questions your looking for. I haven't read 100% of it so I can't
give an opinion yet but here is the link:
Hope it helps.
Have a great day,
From: Mads Rasmussen [mailto:madsopencs.com.br]
Sent: Wednesday, April 23, 2003 9:42 AM
Subject: Web app based on .net - best practice?
Imagine I have a .net based application
I thought it would be a good idea to have the presentation layer (asp)
in a DMZ and the business layer (components in VB and C#) in a safe site
behind a firewall. The communication in between would take place with
I know that RPC is not considered secure but we have a firewall in
between the DMZ and the safe site (not a guarantee things work out, I
I wondered what Microsoft says about the division of the layers, is
there a recommendation or some kind of best practice for something like
Do any know of pointers to information about this?
My concern is that if the whole application was based in the DMZ, it
would be hard to control injections and stuff like that. With the
division we can control (somewhat) what calls goes to the safe site
I would love to hear opinions on this matter
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