The ASP.NET team is making an important announcement regarding the September 2014 security updates.
All versions of the ASP.NET runtime 1.1 – 4.5.2 now forbid setting <%@ Page EnableViewStateMac=”false” %> and <pages enableViewStateMac=”false” />.
If you have set EnableViewStateMac=”false” anywhere in your application,
Thanks for joining us for the final day of our series on cryptography in ASP.NET 4.5! Up to now, the series has discussed how ASP.NET uses cryptography in general, including how the pipelines are implemented in both ASP.NET 4 and ASP.NET 4.5.
Thanks for joining us for day two of our series on cryptography in ASP.NET 4.5! In yesterday’s post, I discussed how ASP.NET uses cryptography in general, where key material is pulled from and how it is stored, and various problems that the APIs have introduced over the years.
I am Levi Broderick, a developer on the ASP.NET team at Microsoft. In this series, I want to introduce some of the improvements we have made to the cryptographic core in ASP.NET 4.5. Most of these improvements were introduced during beta and spent several months baking.
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