In this article we've looked at some basic ways in which you can reduce the likeliness of users interacting with your scripts in unforeseen ways. Of course, you can only prevent a limited amount of interaction by "patching" your scripts –- IIS is the main culprit of many a worm, virus, or attack, so make sure you use the Windows update feature to keep IIS patched up and secure –- it could end up saving your web site!
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