unsolicited at swiz.ca
Fri Mar 26 15:41:54 EDT 2010
At the least, placing the database on the same server exposes you,
regardless of the hosting company. (Every server of any ilk has its
issues. Apparently there are just less of them non-Windows.)
It is arguable that the server send a request to something on another
machine, and that machine, with the database, does its thing.
And under that scenario, FrontPage ceases to matter. e.g. Could be a vm.
It is not clear from your message whether you are autoresponding to
web form requests or to e-mail. I'm guessing e-mail. Which presumably
isn't on this server. Can you clarify?
Joe Wennechuk wrote, On 03/26/2010 12:08 PM:
> I am setting up an autoresponder called omnimailer. It is in php running
> on Windows 2003 Server standard edition, the version of IIS is 6.0. The
> PHP version running on the server is 4.3.6. Th site is in asp and html
> and written in frontpage. I need to upload my whole customer database to
> the site for marketing campaigns. Are there any security issues
> surrounding the customer data being comprimised by an attacker? Should I
> switch hostng companies? How would linux LAMP server handle frontpage
> extensions? What are the options for migrating this site to linux?
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