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7/5/2017 7:14 PM
 

Hi,

I have the following files in my root  map,
Are they supposed to be there?
Is there somewhere a listing to check if there are files who do not belong to DNN?

- ckx.htm
- compilerconfig.json

Regards, Ton

 


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7/19/2017 4:43 AM
 
There isn't a check list per se, but if you use the Security Analyzer, it will highlight things like this.

https://github.com/DNNCommunity/Secur...

As for the files you mentioned, the compilerconfig.json file is generally fine. The HTML file you mentioned is not a core file. You'll want to investigate that.

Will Strohl

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