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    Visual Studio 2012 and webpages:Version

    If you open an older ASP.Net MVC3 project in Visual Studio 2012, you may see lots of errors in the Razor views, along the lines of “The name 'model' does not exist in the current context”, and similar errors whenever you try to use MVC features like HTML h...

    SLaks  Posted on Jun 11 2012 12:00AM
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    Exploring Caller Info Attributes

    Last year, Microsoft announced a simple new feature in C# 5: Caller Info Attributes.  These attributes let you to create methods with optional parameters and tell the compiler to pass the caller’s filepath, line number, or member name instead of the p...

    SLaks  Posted on Mar 1 2012 12:00AM
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    ASP.Net MVC Unobtrusive Validation Bug

    If you use the ASP.Net MVC 3 [Compare] validation attribute on a model property, then include that model as a property in a parent model (so that the field name becomes Parent.ChildProperty), the built-in unobtrusive client validation will choke, and will ...

    SLaks  Posted on Feb 21 2012 12:00AM
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    Protecting against CSRF attacks in ASP.Net MVC

    CSRF attacks are one of the many security issues that web developers must defend against.  Fortunately, ASP.Net MVC makes it easy to defend against CSRF attacks.  Simply slap on [ValidateAntiForgeryToken] to every POST action and include ...

    SLaks  Posted on Jan 25 2012 12:00AM
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    The Dark Side of Covariance

    What’s wrong with the following code? var names = new HashSet(StringComparer.OrdinalIgnoreCase); ... if (names.Contains(sqlCommand.ExecuteScalar()) This  code is intended to check whether the result of a SQL query is contained in a case-insensitive collection of names.  However, if y......

    SLaks  Posted on Dec 15 2011 4:14AM
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    The Dark Side of Covariance

    What’s wrong with the following code? var names = new HashSet<string>(StringComparer.OrdinalIgnoreCase); ... if (names.Contains(sqlCommand.ExecuteScalar()) This  code is intended to check whether the result of a SQL query is contai...

    SLaks  Posted on Dec 15 2011 12:00AM
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    CAPTCHAs do not mitigate XSS worms

    One common misconception about web security is that protecting important actions with CAPTCHAs can prevent XSS attacks from doing real damage.  By preventing malicious code from scripting critical tasks, the idea goes, XSS injections won’t be able to accomplish much. This idea is dangerou......

    SLaks  Posted on Dec 8 2011 2:32AM
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    CAPTCHAs do not mitigate XSS worms

    One common misconception about web security is that protecting important actions with CAPTCHAs can prevent XSS attacks from doing real damage.  By preventing malicious code from scripting critical tasks, the idea goes, XSS injections won’...

    SLaks  Posted on Dec 8 2011 12:00AM
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    About Concurrent Collections

    One of the most useful additions to the .Net 4.0 base class library is the System.Collections.Concurrent namespace, which contains an all-new set of lock-free thread. However, these collections are noticeably different from their classical counterparts.  There is no simple ConcurrentList that ......

    SLaks  Posted on Nov 20 2011 6:42PM
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    About Concurrent Collections

    One of the most useful additions to the .Net 4.0 base class library is the System.Collections.Concurrent namespace, which contains an all-new set of lock-free thread. However, these collections are noticeably different from their classical counterparts.&#...

    SLaks  Posted on Nov 20 2011 12:00AM
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