Advisory helps Web sites that use Microsoft ASP and ASP.NET technologies against recent Web-based attacks.
On Tuesday, Microsoft issued new tools to assist Microsoft ASP and ASP.NET technologies against recent Web-based attacks.
The tools released Tuesday are designed to help Web developers mitigate against such attacks.
"These free tools offer detection and defense, as well as identify possible code which may be exploited by an attacker," said Bill Sisk, security response communications manager for Microsoft.
The three tools include HP Scrawlr, UrlScan version 3.0 Beta, and a SQL Source Code Analysis Tool. Microsoft further recommends following the best practices found within advisory 954462.