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accepted How do I change the .NET Framework version of a virtual directory without the ASP.NET tab?
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comment How do I change the .NET Framework version of a virtual directory without the ASP.NET tab?
@BradBouchard, It's not my server. I did think about disabling the option to get the tab back so I could switch the framework, and then re-enabling it, but I can't really do anything that might affect the other sites. Please feel free to post your solution as an answer though, it can't hurt to see what it is.
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comment How do I change the .NET Framework version of a virtual directory without the ASP.NET tab?
@BradBouchard, how would you do that on Server 2003? In IIS7 I know it's simple, but I don't see that option anywhere in IIS6.
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asked How do I change the .NET Framework version of a virtual directory without the ASP.NET tab?
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comment Is it possible to tell whether a server allows TLS/SSL3 without having access to it?
@NickW, you're probably right. I'll give that a shot, I was just hoping there might have been something simple for them to check themselves. Thanks.
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comment Is it possible to tell whether a server allows TLS/SSL3 without having access to it?
@NickW, sorry, to clarify, I'm not looking to handle this case through the application logic, but to have them fix their servers so that they act identically. If TLS is enabled on one server but not the other, then it needs to be disabled. But how would I know it's enabled aside from calling it in code and failing? Is there a property on the certificate I can view in the browser or something?
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asked Is it possible to tell whether a server allows TLS/SSL3 without having access to it?
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awarded  Popular Question
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comment Why would a PCI scan fail because of components that are not even installed?
@longneck, none of the URLs are valid for the main website either. I got this report second hand, but I'll have the server admin talk to the guys who ran the scan. The report lists the right URL as the "scan target", but I guess it could still could have been a mix-up. Thanks.
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asked Why would a PCI scan fail because of components that are not even installed?
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accepted Issue with https:// url going to an unknown location
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comment Issue with https:// url going to an unknown location
No, the js file is being loaded off a remote server which appears to currently be down. However the main page and the under construction image are coming off our server. The images load fine, even though that image doesn't exist where it says it does. It might be an issue with plesk: blog.unmaskparasites.com/2012/06/22/…
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comment Issue with https:// url going to an unknown location
@Somantra, like I said, it says it is loading off of our IP address on port 443. However the content that it says is getting from our server does not exist on our server.
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comment Issue with https:// url going to an unknown location
@Somantra, Google sent us an email saying it flagged the site as downloading a malicious js file. Checking the Google search results for our site, it is indeed flagged. Firefox and Chrome both display malware warnings due to this. Inspecting the Firebug tab, the site is loading from the correct IP address on port 443. But the content isn't ours, the files it's loading from our server don't actually exist on our server.
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comment Issue with https:// url going to an unknown location
@Somantra, according to Firebug it's hitting the correct IP address on port 443. It's just not going to our site.
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asked Issue with https:// url going to an unknown location
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