Re: Need a suggestion for storing files more securely
Date: Wed, 12 Jan 2005 09:11:15 -0500
"GJ" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Running Win 2000 / IE 5
> We have an .asp application which allows our employees to upload invoices
> (MS Word format) for our users to various folders in a main folder off the
> root of our site. Each customer has their own folder, which is named using
> random 12 character directory name (to make it somewhat harder to find).
> site allows access by the anonymous internet account. The customers are
> given links directly to the files. Basically, anyone that new both the
> folder name and the file name could have access to the files. I realize I
> could use Windows NTFS permissions on the folders to restrict access, but
> am looking for an alternative way to protect the files - I would like to
> avoid having to set up several thousand user accounts, and not have to
> prompt the user for a username and password. Their initial website login
> validated against a database, and forcing them to re-enter a login to view
> their invoice files might annoy them.
> Does anyone have any suggestions as far as securing these files, other
> using NTFS permissions? Thanks.
Place the files outside of wwwroot so they do not have a direct URL and use
an ASP with ADODB.Stream and Response.BinaryWrite to send them to the client
(provided that they have authenticated with your login system).
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