The ACE by default allows well-known http extension methods that are defined in RFC 2616 / 4918, including WebDAV methods
This behaviour is the opposite of old CSS behaviour which would by default block http extension methods, including WebDAV methods - the CSS required additional CSS config to permit such methods
With the ACE - is it possible in the method validation within HTTP Inspection to selectively block unwanted extension methods? For example to block WebDAV extension methods to stop them being presented to the outside world.
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