Date: Tue, 16 Sep 2003 17:08:33 GMT
On Tue, 16 Sep 2003 07:07:39 -0700, "Ranjan"
>I feel some attack going on in my server.
Attacks are always going to occur. Successes are what you need to
worry about. :)
>How can i know attack happen to my iis server other than
>logs of IIS.Pls find the logs in w3svc1 .
Firewall logs, URLScan logs, IDS logs...
>we given natting to the iis server.Any way make the server
>secure form outside world other than firewall .
Other than a firewall? A firewall is you best first option. Beyond
that, access control lists in the router, IP blocking on the server
and hardening of the server should all be done.
>Can i go for ipsec .Pls give your suggestion to secure my
IPSec may help, but make sure you hardenn the server and lock down the
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