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ASP.NET 2.0 MVP Hacks and Tips -- Chapter 14, Security Hacks

David Yack, Joe Mayo, Scott Hanselman, Fredrik Normén, Dan Wahlin, J. Ambrose Little, and Jon

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Security Hacks" discusses how everyone must include security as an integral part of Web application requirements in order to achieve success. It also provides techniques to harden your applications against exploits, including SQL injection attacks and canonicalization attacks.



Book description:
As Microsoft MVPs, this team of authors has witnessed first-hand the innumerable problems and challenges that even the most experienced developers regularly encounter. This project survival guide offers little-known solutions, undocumented features, tips, and tricks -- otherwise known as hacks -- that you can use to build and deliver real-life applications using ASP.NET.

Written with the seasoned professional in mind, this book examines how some hacks ultimately become mainstream code or practices that are integrated into a product or process. You'll benefit from the extensive experience of the authors as they show you how to adapt various hacks to your specific application and business environment. Plus, in-depth discussions of the solutions prove to be a helpful way to learn more about the inner workings of ASP.NET 2.0.

What you will learn from this book:

  • Various hacks such as page templates, multiple forms, URL rewriting, and SQL cache dependencies
  • The many improvements in ASP.NET 2.0 that were originally hacks but are now part of the base product
  • How the many new built-in functions reduce the amount of code you need to write for the most common applications

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This was first published in May 2006

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