source code protection
Date: Thu, 29 May 2003 14:13:13 -0700
I have a build machine with a public accessable website pointing to the root
of the application folder where source code (*.cs ) are located, would it be
possible for someone to read my source code? From a simple try, looks like
I could only read the *.aspx files but not the *.cs files remotely. Any
setting I should know about?
Can anyone (especially hackers :-) ) out there help? Thanks!!
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