Security :: Viewing Files In A Directory By Typing Path Into Url?

Apr 14, 2010

I have a directory that holds some images for my site. I have noticed that if i put in the my web sites address followed by "/directoryname/imagename.jpg"

it displays the image i have in that directory. Is there anyway to disable this or stop this from happening? so that the images can not be displayed like this

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