Securing IIS. Thwarting the Hacker-Week 23
This week's video covers the users used by IIS and how to lock down your web server.
Securing IIS is a necessary step that every web administrator needs to perform to properly prepare their web server with the best configuration. This week’s video covers the users used by IIS and how to lock down your web server. We cover the application pool identity, the anonymous user, the new IIS 7.0/7.5 setting for the anonymous user, and more.
This is week 23 of a 52 week series for the Web Pro. This week’s topic is foundational in properly understanding the security sandbox boundaries in IIS. Past and future videos can be found here: http://dotnetslackers.com/projects/LearnIIS7/
You can find this week’s video here.