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comment What do I do if a user uploads child pornography?
@RandyE, a "suspected crime" obviously means a crime that you actually believe occurred.
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comment How can I block site visitors using legacy browsers
@w3d sure, but not in the business world. OP is right in saying that only he can make the decision based on his perceived business needs. In the real world you don't always get to do best practices.
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comment What do I do if a user uploads child pornography?
@Alpha reporting a suspected crime is not illegal. I would err on the side of safety.
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comment Are there specific legal issues for web developers working on sex dating sites?
I would say this probably strays outside of general practice for webmasters and you won't really get a reliable answer here. I hate to say consult a lawyer because it's usually not that easy, but you might have to do that (or at least do some legal reading in your legal jurisdiction).
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comment IIS executes “malicious.asp;.txt” as ASP file. What the?
This is a good example of why whitelists/blacklists just aren't good enough. You should always store user-uploaded data outside of the docroot and use a passthrough script to display it back to the user.
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comment What do I do if a user uploads child pornography?
@ChrisF you're absolutely right, but it would be nice to see what most others do in this case as well; many people on this site operate websites that allow file uploads and could be in this position.
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answered Access denied to visit a site without www
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asked What do I do if a user uploads child pornography?
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