Ask Dr. Intranet

Blass, Steve
April 2000
Network World;04/24/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 17, p45
Trade Publication
Responds to a query on how to protect Microsoft Windows NT Web servers from unauthorized users. Reaction to a report on the buffer-overrun vulnerability of the Visual Interdev 1.0 component of Microsoft's FrontPage 98 Server Extensions.


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