Walkthrough on how to use FTP authentication to provide dynamic IP restrictions FTP 7.5

Few months back, Microsoft released a new module that blocked HTTP requests from brute force attack, http://www.iis.net/extensions/DynamicIPRestrictions   This is great for HTTP requests, but didn’t address another pressing need, FTP brute force attacks.  Robert McMurray published a walkthrough for the FTP service that shows how to create an authentication provider, that gives you dynamic IP restrictions for the FTP service.


Here is the how-to:
http://learn.iis.net/page.aspx/673/how-to-use-managed-code-c-to-create-an-ftp-authentication-provider-with-dynamic-ip-restrictions/


Thanks Robert for the great article.


Steve Schofield


Microsoft MVP – IIS

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