• Attackers target flawed ASP.NET encryption implementations

    Microsoft issued an update to its security advisory after discovering limited, active attacks against .NET Web applications with flawed encryption implementations.

    searchsecurity9,745 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft plans emergency update for ASP.NET encryption flaw

    Attackers are targeting a weakness in the ASP.NET Web application framework. A fix is expected today at 1 p.m. ET.

    searchsecurity9,745 pointsBadges:
  • ASP.NET Ajax components: Vendor roundtable — Part 3

    ASP.NET Ajax component makers discuss the roles of AJAX and open-source software in a virtual roundtable.

    SearchSOA.com2,690 pointsBadges:
  • ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit: A large, open-source framework

    Microsoft's ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit promises a plethora of free controls for common Ajax functionality.

    Beastwood900 pointsBadges:
  • DevPartner SecurityChecker 2.5 does just that for ASP.NET sites

    Ed Tittel reviews Compuware's tool for scanning ASP.NET application source code and finding known security problems.

    Etittel2,670 pointsBadges:
  • Dundas Map for .NET kicks up geographic visualization

    Interactive map controls speed up the development process in Dundas Maps, a development toolset that works with both Windows Forms and ASP.NET to integrate map- and geographic-based visualizations with data-driven applications.

    Etittel2,670 pointsBadges:
  • Blogging ASP.NET

    Long-time ASP evangelist Rob Howard recently set off to create an ASP.NET system for blogging, discussions, and photo management.

    Jack Vaughan2,370 pointsBadges:
  • How to create a secure login page using ASP.NET

    A secure ASP.NET login page is easier to create than one might assume. Expert Dan Cornell explains how to use authentication and authorization to ensure your login page is safe.

    ITKE54,755 pointsBadges:
  • How do I use ASP or ASP.NET to enable Web site visitors to submit forms?

    I've completed a form and submit it to myself, so I can then access my server to see what they have posted? (Just exactly as I am doing with you now!) I know there has to be a client and a server side to it, but how do I start and finish.? I know very little about it. Don't worry about IIS, I have...

    john11785 pointsBadges:
  • Go configure! Tool uncomplicates Web config files

    A new tool from Hunter Stone helps uncomplicate the confoundingly confusing and complex Web configuration files within Microsoft's ASP.NET. It's a tool that could ease the pains of both developers and admins.

    Margie Semilof3,880 pointsBadges:

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