Hi. I'm learning ASP and I added the IIS5 feature to my Win2kPro box at home -- which is connected to a cable modem. <BR><BR>Things around the house are pretty busy and no configuration was done for about a week. Well, yesterday I see that someone gained access to the web portions of my system (I hope only my web portions) and posted some naughty words onto every subfolder of my web server. I should have known better than to simply let it sit there.<BR><BR>In response to the break-in I then <BR>* un-installed IIS5<BR>* deleted the c:web folder<BR>* reinstalled IIS5<BR>* removed anonymous access to FTP<BR>* removed anonymous access to HTTP<BR>* removed anonymous access to SMTP<BR>* changed the IIS_computername password<BR>* changed the ???_computername password (other userid)<BR>* upgraded the file system to NTFS<BR><BR>Now it appears that even I cannot view ASP pages on my machine. <BR><BR>So my questions are:<BR>1. What are the chances that other parts of my computer were also exposed? I don't see any obvious harm and these folks were pretty blatent.<BR>2. What steps will allow me to test my asp scripts while protecting my asp files from intruders?<BR><BR><BR>Thanks.