What if you want to make an Azure Blob storage container public so that you can quickly share data with someone – but don’t really want the rest of the world to discover that it’s in place? A simple approach would be to drop a robots.txt file in the directory with the following contents inside:
This will ensure that the directory isn’t crawled by search engines – which will reduce the risk of exposing the data to unwanted parties.
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