Lock Down IIS and SQL Server

Monday Oct 3rd 2005 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff

Microsoft's IIS and SQL Server can provide tempting targets for malicious people. Our security checklist will help you lower your risk of attack.

[From Enterprise Networking Planet]

In the first part of our look at securing distributed Windows apps, we covered how authentication and authorization are typically handled in Windows-based applications. Today, we'll cover some very specific recommendations for locking down IIS and SQL, both of which are often a large part of Windows-based distributed application environments.

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