Read more on http://mvolo.com/2006/11/17/while-you-were-out-.aspx.
Many web sites suffer from others directly linking to their image, video and other content. This practice is called often called leeching, hot-linking, or inline-linking and causes wasted bandwidth and increased server load to the victim web site.
Last weekend, I wrote a little ASP.NET module that prevents hot linking. It can be used on IIS5 (Windows 2000/XP), IIS6 (Windows Server 2003), and IIS7 (Windows Vista / Longhorn Server).
It also was a great excuse to talk about IIS and ASP.NET integration history :)
Read more on http://mvolo.com/2006/11/10/stopping-hotlinking-with-iis-and-aspnet.aspx.
In my first ever blog post, I mentioned that my dream was to eventually self-host my blog on home IIS7 server, running latest Windows “Longhorn” builds with many cool features based on modules I write while working on IIS7 at my job on the IIS team.
My dream has been sitting idle in my basement for a few weeks now, running on a server I put together from spare parts lying around the house ... At this point the only thing its waiting for is for the 60 day domain hold to expire, so I can transfer my domain name to a dynamic DNS host that will point to the server’s address.
In the past month that the blog has been up, I have thoroughly enjoyed GoDaddy’s free Quick Blog feature, which has allowed me to have a fully featured blog up and running minutes after I paid for the www.mvolo.com domain name.
So, before I move at the end of this month, I wanted to share my experience with Quick Blog. ...
Read more on http://mvolo.com/2006/11/07/free-nohassle-blogging-with-bill-browns-quick-blog.aspx.
I wanted to say thank you to everyone trying this out ...
Read more on http://mvolo.com/2006/11/03/try-out-the-iis-fastcgi-techical-preview.aspx.
IIS7 Modules vs. IIS6 ISAPI series, let’s look at one of the biggest trouble areas that bite ISAPI developers - managing memory.For post #3 in the
Read more on http://mvolo.com/2006/11/01/iis7-modules-vs-iis6-isapi-memory-management.aspx.