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Protect WSDL files


WSDL files containing sensitive information must not be publicly accessible.


Some web services architectures require exposing a WSDL file. If this file contains sensitive information, such as deprecated methods or administrative services, it should not be available to a wider audience than it requires. If it must be available on a very public network, like the internet, then it should not contain any sensitive information.

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