When a user tries to access a website, the browser sends Host Header to inform which address the user wants to visit. Just like other headers, attackers can temper Host Header to manipulate how the application works. In this post, I will explain a way to prevent this kind of a Host Header attack.
(Solved) The configuration section rewrite/globalRules cannot be read because it is missing a section declaration
IIS stores most of its configuration in the applicationHost.config file. When there are syntax errors or missing entries in this file, one more IIS features may not work and IIS may display an error such as “The configuration section rewrite/globalRules cannot be read“.