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From: cmeeusen at (Meeusen, Charles D)
Subject: IIS Security Page

Right, then we had to deal with all those gooies and mouse clicks and
whatnot. Blaspheme!

A. Turk, read up on anything Stefan Norberg has written. His O'Reilly book
is very easy to read and very well organized.


-----Original Message-----
From: Stephen Clowater []
Sent: Friday, November 14, 2003 1:15 PM
To: Turk, Anthony
Subject: Re: [Full-Disclosure] IIS Security Page

I rember back in the day when no one used something as horrible as IIS

And when people were shot on sight for sending HTML email :|

Turk, Anthony wrote:

> I remember back in the day there was an IIS security page that went 
> through all the steps to secure and configure a good IIS box.  This 
> was back in the day of IIS 4 and maybe 5.
> I've since lost the link and want to throw up a server to play with.
> If it's still out there, please advise, thanks guys.
> * *
> *Anthony J. Turk Jr.
> IT Consultant
> Executive Computer Management Solutions, Inc.*
> *Phone: (330) 750-9409 ext. 3#
> Fax: (330) 750-9410*
> *E-Mail:*

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