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Re: Hardening Sharepoint 2010 on Win 2008 R2
Dec 20 2010 11:24AM
mamo (mamo74 gmail com)
We have quite complex policy that is not possible to summarize on a
Some important point for me specific for this project (it is a public web site):
- The front end on internet need to a have a secure in depth
configuration (if one level fail, I don't want to have all site
I am looking both on configuration to be applied to the front end and
to the backend.
- I want to have a strong auditing level on who does what in changing
the content of the site to be able to analise possible
compromise/mistake with the change functionality.
On Mon, Dec 20, 2010 at 8:02 AM, Anupam Kumar <anupam (at) kumargroups (dot) org [email concealed]> wrote:
> Hi Mamo,
> There is no definitive guide that can be given as it depends completely on
> the security policy of your company. I work for Capital One and almost
> everything is disabled due to security. However, I am also aware from past
> experiences that some companies hardly follow any hardening procedures. To
> answer your question better, please let us know what is your requirement.
> What kind of security are you looking at?
> Knowing this is critical before something can be suggested.
> Anupam Kumar
> On Mon, Dec 20, 2010 at 4:02 AM, mamo <mamo74 (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]> wrote:
>> My company is working on the new internet web site.
>> It is going to be based on Sharepoint 2010 on Windows 2008 R2.
>> They are very new platform (very very new for me :-( ). Do you know of
>> any hardening guide for Sharepoint 2010? Can you give me pointers on
>> Windows 2008 Hardening or security checklist?
>> Thank you in advance.
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