dotDefender for IIS Free Download

Version: 3.86   (version history)
Date: August 02, 2009


OS: Win 2000
Rating: Not rated
Popularity: Popularity 0/10
Author: Applicure Technologies LTD

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dotDefender for IIS Description

dotDefender for IIS Free Download.

dotDefender v3.86 for IIS is the only way to prevent and monitor attacks on your website in real time. Residing on the Web server as a software plug-in, dotDefender can be installed and implemented in

minutes without influence on traffic or network architecture.dotDefender provides plug-and-play monitoring and prevention of SQL Injection, Cross-site Scripting, Path Traversal, and many other

application attacks. New features in v3.86 include server masking, control over uploaded content and enhanced WebShell attack protection.

dotDefender for IIS keywords: application, security, sql, injection, anti-malware, path, traversal, attack, ddos, denial, service, hacking

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