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Does an exposed XMLRPC API in a web application pose a threat?
I'm given the assignment of testing one of our web-servers in regards to security. One of the servers run IIS 7 and its application relies extensively on XMLRPC calls. I found the API for those calls ...
Oct 24 '11 at 13:46
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