All ASP.NET MVC Forms Need To Include Html.AntiForgeryToken() For Security

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Having recently been implementing many new form pages in ASP.NET MVC, I’ve found myself over and over again adding the following two things to every form. After Html.BeginForm() I Put @Html.AntiForgeryToken() Add the Attribute [ValidateAntiForgeryToken] To Every Post Action Method Before I was doing so much ASP.NET MVC, I would often see in Channel 9 videos, the presenter add the AntiForgeryToken() after the BeginForm() method on the cshtml razor page and say something like “you should always add this”.  I never saw them say “and don’t forget to add the attribute ValidateAntiForgeryToken to the controller POST method. Just to be clear, below is what I’m talking about: What this does is to make sure that the trusted … Continue Reading

LINQ To SQL Performance Getting Huge Improvement in EF5, Microsoft Does Listen!

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  The Original Problem Back in 2009, I discovered what I considered a fatal flaw in performance using LINQ2SQL with LINQ queries.  I published 2 very popular articles on this as well as discussed it with many of my peers and Microsoft.  At the time, I was told in no uncertain terms by Microsoft that this was an inherent problem and for many reasons I did not agree with, they would not be addressing the issue.  Well, now, more than 2 years later, Microsoft has addressed this exact issue in Entity Framework Version 5 and will be providing the exact fix that is needed! http://peterkellner.net/2009/06/08/linq2sql-uncompiled-verses-compiled-iis-performance-aspnet/ … Continue Reading

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