This post describes some of the IIS URL Rewrite Module web.config equivalents of commonly used Apache .htaccess settings. This is useful when you convert your Apache .htaccess to IIS web.config. The second part of this post outlines how to use Internet Information Services Manager to import and convert .htaccess rules to web.config.
An article explaining why .htaccess files should not be used to secure sensitive data. In many cases it is wrong to impose security restrictions using .htaccess files.
Here are 7 .htaccess snippets for you to secure your website, by using .htaccess as a kWeb Application Firewall (WAF). You can use this information to block exploits and rogue HTTP requests on your website.