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It's time to start paying attention to your source control. Many of you work for companies and build corporate web applications as part of IT shops. Hopefully, you're already quite familiar with source control and backups and code management techniques. Author: Steven Smith Code: ASP.NET Beta 1 & VB
ASP.NET provides additional customization and functionality specifically targeted at web application security requirements... Author: GotDotNet Code: ASP.NET Beta 1 & VB
In this column, I wanted to take a gander at security considerations for ASP.NET. Unfortunately, this could prove challenging, since Microsoft hasn’t included enough security features in ASP.NET to fill up my allotted word count... Author: Oliver Rist Code: ASP.NET Beta 2
You really shouldn't believe everything you read. Or at least, you should read every statement of alleged fact with some level of skepticism. Believe it or not, sometimes people exaggerate or even misstate facts... Author: Larry Seltzer Code: ASP.NET v1.0 & VB
In this article, I shall start off by differentiating two highly confused terms, unsafe code and unmanaged code. This will be followed by discussion of how to write unsafe code, that is, how to use pointers in C#.
Author: Gaurav Code: ASP.NET v1.0 & C#
From a security standpoint, ASP.NET represents a big improvement over previous incarnations of ASP. With the new platform, developers have easy methods to programmatically validate user input and access to built-in features that lock down an application. Author: Lamont Adams Code: ASP.NET v1.0 & VB
Because of security issues, system architects have been forced to choose between the rich user interface provided by Windows or the reach of systems designed with standard Internet protocols... Author: Tim Landgrave Code: ASP.NET v1.0 & VB
Microsoft developers now have a new tool to help them catch security bugs in their own code.
The software giant plans to announce on Monday that a plug-in created by security firm Sanctum, scheduled for release in March... Author: Robert Lemos Code: ASP.NET v1.0 & VB
To help verify a user’s identity in the case of a lost password, many Web applications use secret questions. But secret questions, if not handled properly, can actually be a security risk.
Author: Mark Burnett Code: ASP.NET v1.1 & C#
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