2 Skills Matrix Technology Skill Objective Domain Objective # Configuring Certificates Configure SSL security 3.6 Assigning Standard and Special NTFS Permissions Enabling and Configuring Authentication Methods Configure Website authentication and permissions Configure Website authentication and permissions
3 IIS Security IIS 7 has many security mechanisms you can use to protect your Web servers individually or in combinations. Each of these mechanisms has its own configuration interface.
4 IP Address and Domain Restrictions IIS 7 retains a security feature from earlier IIS versions enabling you to specify IP addresses or domain names that the server should allow or deny access to a server, Web or FTP7 site, virtual directory, folder, or file. Before you can configure IP address and domain name restrictions, you must install the IP and Domain Restrictions role service in the Web Server (IIS) role.
5 Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager Console
6 Home Page for an IIS 7 Server
7 IPv4 Address and Domain Restriction Pane
8 IP and Domain Restrictions
9 Authentication Methods Authentication is the process of confirming a user s identity, usually by requiring the user to supply some sort of token, such as a password or certificate. By identifying the user sending a request, IIS7 can determine the system resources the user should be permitted to access.
10 Authentication Methods Even though it might not seem so in the case of public Web sites accessible through the Internet, IIS 7 does authenticate every incoming request to determine the sender. In the case of a public site, the server uses Anonymous Authentication, which does not identify users by name, but still completes the formality of the authentication process.
11 Authentication Methods
12 Authentication Methods
13 Authentication Method Of the methods listed in the table, only Anonymous Authentication is integrated into an IIS 7 installation by default. All of the other authentication methods require the selection of additional role services during the installation of the Web Server (IIS) role. Even when you install the role services required for additional authentication methods, IIS 7 leaves those methods disabled by default until you explicitly enable them. You can enable and disable authentication methods for any IIS 7 server, application, site, folder, virtual directory, or individual file.
14 Authentication Methods
15 Anonymous Authentication Although anonymous users do not have to supply credentials, enabling Anonymous Authentication does not leave your Web server completely unprotected. By default, IIS 7 authenticates anonymous users with a specifically created account. This account has the permissions necessary to access the Web site files, but it does not have access to other files or sensitive areas of the operating system.
16 Anonymous Authentication The anonymous user account in IIS 7 is a built-in account called IUSR, which is a member of a group called IIS_IUSRS. When you install the Web Server (IIS) role on a Windows Server 2008 computer, IIS 7 creates the user and the group and assigns the group the NTFS permissions needed to access the designated root directory of the Default Web Site (C:\inetpub\wwwroot). When an anonymous client connects to the Web site, IIS 7 maps the request to the IUSR account and uses that to access the necessary files.
19 Anonymous Authentication Different from older versions of IIS, the anonymous user account name (IUSR) no longer includes the computer name, so it is now identical on each IIS 7 computer. Second, the IUSR account is now a built-in account, just like the LOCALSERVICE and NETWORKSERVICE accounts. This type of account does not need a password, which eliminates potential password expiration problems, and is not subject to the SID conflict problems that affect the IIS 6 accounts. As a result, administrators can copy IIS 7 configuration and content files to multiple servers and use them as is.
20 Active Directory Client Certification Authentication If you are running an intranet Web server on an Active Directory network with its own certification authority, you can configure IIS 7 to automatically authenticate domain users that have client certificates. This eliminates the need for users to supply account names and passwords, while providing a high level of security. Obviously, this form of authentication is not suitable for Internet Web sites because the clients are not members of the Active Directory domain.
21 Active Directory Client Certification Authentication To use Active Directory Client Certificate Authentication, you need to have the following: Active Directory Certification Authority Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Domain Server Certificate Map client certificates Active Directory Client Certificate Authentication only appears in the Authentication pane at the server level. You cannot configure individual sites or other IIS 7 elements to use this authentication method.
22 Windows Authentication Windows Authentication, Digest Authentication, and Basic Authentication are all challenge-based authentication methods. Of the three traditional, challenge/response authentication methods supported by IIS 7, Windows Authentication is the most secure. IIS 7 s Windows Authentication module supports: NTLM version 2 Kerberos
23 Digest Authentication Digest Authentication is also designed for use with intranet Web servers in an Active Directory environment. Unlike Windows Authentication, Digest Authentication works through firewalls and proxy servers because it actually transmits passwords over the network. The protocol protects the passwords using a strong MD5 encryption scheme.
24 Basic Authentication Basic Authentication is the weakest of the challenge/response authentication methods supported by IIS 7. When a client authenticates to an IIS 7 server using Basic Authentication, the client transmits its credentials unencrypted. In addition, the server caches clients user tokens for 15 minutes, so it is possible to read the credentials from the server hard disk during that time.
25 Basic Authentication The advantages of Basic Authentication are that it is defined in the HTTP standard, so virtually all browsers support it, and that it works through firewalls and proxy servers. If you must use Basic Authentication, you should use it in conjunction with SSL so that the authentication traffic is properly encrypted.
26 ASP.NET Impersonation ASP.NET Impersonation is not an authentication protocol in itself, unlike most of the other options in the Authentication pane. Instead, ASP.NET is a way to configure an ASP.NET application to run in a security context different from the application s default context.
27 Forms Authentication Forms Authentication, on the other hand, is a login/redirection-based method. Clients attempting to connect to a site using Forms Authentication are redirected to an alternative Web page containing a logon interface. The advantage of this method is that the authentication process occurs at the application level, instead of the operating system level like challenge-based methods. If you are running a heavily trafficked intranet site or an Internet site with publicly available applications, Forms Authentication can significantly reduce the load on the operating system, diverting it to your application instead.
28 Forms Authentication
29 URL Authorization Authentication is the process of identifying users and confirming that they are who they claim to be. After the IIS 7 server has authenticated a client, the next step is authorization, which determines what resources the client is allowed to access.
30 URL Authorization IIS7 URL Authorization uses two major guidelines to evaluate the rules that apply to a specific element: Deny rules supersede allow rules If you create conflicting rules at the same level, one of which denies access and one of which allows access, the deny rule will take precedence. Parent rules supersede child rules If you create a rule at one level, and a conflicting rule at a subordinate level, the high-level rule takes precedence.
31 Authorization Rules
32 Authorization Rules
33 Handler Mappings In previous versions of IIS, when you specified the home directory that would form the root of a Web site, you could grant clients any combination of read, write, script, and execute permissions for the site. In IIS 7, this capability has been moved to a feature called Handler Mappings, which provides additional, more granular, configuration capabilities.
34 Handler Mappings Pane
35 Edit Feature Permissions
36 Edit Module Mapping Dialog Box for a Handler
37 Request Restrictions Dialog Box
38 Verbs Tab of the Request Restrictions Dialog Box
39 Access Tab of the Request Restrictions Dialog Box
40 NTFS Permissions Although URL authorization rules provide an excellent alternative, NTFS permissions still factor into the IIS 7 security picture, and they are still a viable means of regulating access to Web site contents.
41 NTFS Permissions
42 Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a security protocol that you can use to encrypt the data exchanged by clients and IIS servers. When a user typing a URL omits the prefix by keying just a domain address, such as the browser automatically uses the To connect to the server using SSL, the URL or link must explicitly contain the https://prefix.
43 Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) To use SSL on an IIS 7 server, you must complete the following tasks: Obtain and install a server certificate. Create an SSL binding for your Website(s). Configure the Web site or FTP7 site to use SSL.
44 Digital Certificates and Certification Authority (CA) A digital certificate is an electronic credential, issued by a certification authority (CA), which confirms the identity of the party to which it is issued. A certificate issued to a server enables clients to verify that this really is the server it claims to be.
45 Certificate Request File To obtain a server certificate for your IIS 7 computer, you must either generate a request file and send it to a commercial CA or send an online request to your organization s internal CA.
46 Server Certificates Pane
47 Request Certificate Wizard
48 Request Certificate Wizard
49 SSL Binding For a client to connect to an IIS 7 server using SSL, the client must use the https:// prefix in its URL. For an IIS 7 server to accept an SSL connection from a client, it must be able to recognize and process a URL containing the https:// prefix. To make this possible, you must create a binding for each Web site that you want to use SSL.
50 SSL Binding
51 SSL Settings Pane
52 SSL for FTP7 SSL for FTP7 eliminates one of the major shortcomings of FTP: the transmission of passwords in clear text. To use SSL with FTP, you still need a certificate, although you can use a selfsigned certificate. You do not need to create a special binding, but you do have to enable SSL for the FTP site.
53 SSL for FTP7 FTP uses two separate TCP connections when establishing a client/server connection. The control channel, which uses port number 21 by default, is for commands, while the data channel, using port 23, is for the transmission of data files.
54 FTP SSL Settings Pane
55 Advanced SSL Policy Dialog Box
56 Summary IIS 7 retains a security feature from earlier IIS versions that enables you to specify IP addresses or domain names that the server should allow or deny access to a server, site, virtual directory, folder, or file. IIS 7 supports several password-based authentication methods including Anonymous, Windows, Digest, and Basic Authentication.
57 Summary In IIS 7, the authentication settings you configure at a particular level are inherited by all subordinate levels. When a client connects to a site configured to use multiple authentication methods, it always attempts to establish an anonymous connection first.
58 Summary The anonymous user account in IIS 7 is a built-in account called IUSR, which is a member of a group called IIS_IUSRS. If you are running an intranet Web server on an Active Directory network with its own certification authority, you can configure IIS 7 to automatically authenticate domain users that have client certificates.
59 Summary Because Active Directory Client Certificate Authentication requires the use of SSL with client certificates, it is not compatible with any of the other authentication methods IIS 7 supports. Of the three traditional challenge/response authentication methods supported by IIS 7, Windows Authentication is the most secure.
60 Summary The Digest Authentication method in IIS 7 is comparable to the Advanced Digest Authentication method from IIS6. Windows Authentication, Digest Authentication, and Basic Authentication are all challenge-based authentication methods.
61 Summary The NTFS permissions protecting a particular file system element are not like the keys to a lock, which provide either full access or no access at all. Permissions are designed to be granular, enabling you to grant specific degrees of access to security principals. NTFS permissions are realized as access control lists (ACLs), which consist of two basic types of access control entries (ACEs): Allow and Deny.
62 Summary Permissions tend to run down through a hierarchy, which is called permission inheritance. A digital certificate contains identifying information about the party to which it is issued, as well as a public key, which enables the issuee to participate in encrypted communications and prove its identity.
63 Summary If you want to use SSL on an Internet Website, you must obtain a certificate for your Web server from a commercial CA, such as VeriSign, which is trusted both by your organization and by your clients. For intranet Web servers, you can use a certificate from an internal CA. To protect a Website using SSL, you must have a server certificate and an https binding. Then you must enable SSL for the site.
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