If that works, you'll need to do it for all file types where you don't want
the client to see the server side version (which of course is different than
the resultant client side version that the user can do a View-->Source on)
such as .htm, .html, etc.

--phil

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>
> Could you put in a global deny rule such as
>
> FAIL *.JSP/
>
> to stop this?
>
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