By default, IIS does not work with the ASP.NET runtime when static content like images, ZIP files, and PDFs are requested. By bypassing the ASP.NET runtime for static content, any URL authorization rules specified in ASP.NET are ignored. As a result, it is possible for unauthorized users to view static content that resides in folders that are protected via ASP.NET’s URL authorization. To protect our static content from unauthorized access, this is one of the way to implement it.
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