Cleanly written, but I'm really not sure of its value. There are legitimate cases where dll's are loaded up for enhanced functionality on web pages. This would flag such pages as "infected." Perhaps there's a way to improve this?
martin barker - 2009-01-18 22:17:12 - In reply to message 1 from F Philip DeGeorge
yea this is a first version and i know what you on about ASP.NET uses Dll's and Exe's so it will scan for if it is used in link's so i will have it scan for the ASP.NET Header and if its there allow the dll or Exe by the page headers