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Internet Information Services(IIS) reveals its real or internal IP Address

In the ever changing world of global data communications, inexpensive Internet connections, and fast-paced software development, security is becoming more and more of an issue. Security is now a basic requirement because global computing is inherently insecure.

Keeping that in mind, we recently ran our flagship product through a security audit. It was such a helpful exercise in tying-off any remaining lose ends in our application in terms of application security. 
Based on the security audit report, there was a relatively minor issue that appeared when accessing the /images directory of our application. Turns out that the Location response header of the 301 request returns an Internal IP address. The issue is detailed below.

Issue reportedInternet Information Services (IIS) may reveal its real or internal IP address in the Location header via a request to the /images directory. The value returned whilst pen testing is https://10.0.0.10/images.

The riskInformation regarding internal IP add…