purpose of json Forbidden handler in web.config?

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In my web.config, the json line is commented out. I believe I did this because WiseJ was interfering with some json delivery for an API I did under the a sub-folder on the domain (WiseJ app is active on the root of the domain).

 

Question is, what is the purpose of the line? Is it OK to comment out? thanks.

Andrew

<modules>
<add name=”Wisej” type=”Wisej.Core.HttpModule, Wisej.Core”/>
</modules>
<handlers>
<!– <add name=”json” verb=”*” path=”*.json” type=”System.Web.HttpForbiddenHandler” /> –>
<add name=”wisej” verb=”*” path=”*.wx” type=”Wisej.Core.HttpHandler, Wisej.Core”/>
</handlers>

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To prevent an app from disclosing Default.json since it may contain app specific settings in “settings”:{}. It’s not needed by Wisej.

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