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Old November 17th, 2004, 10:25 PM
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.NET IIS user permission setting problem

Hey there:
My server recently got attacked by some hacker and I think the security hole comes from the user settings.

I am using .NET framwork with MS SQL server. There are several users that need different permissions to read / write the websites and read / write the database. Currently I have

Administrator -- full access to the .NET web folder files
ASPNET -- full access to the .NET web folder files
Everyone -- Read and list folders

Is this secure enough? Is there anyway to test and figure my vulnerable area for my web server?

thank you =)

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