In general I really enjoy using Windows Scheduled Tasks to run time specific jobs on a server. This could be anything from an emailing service to an export routine. The great thing about Task Scheduler is that it has a vast range or configurations options, triggers, actions, conditions etc. that caters for most of our situations.read more
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This is a solution if your application keeps redirecting you to "Account/Login" even if your web.config file points to a different login page.read more
Session hijacking is a collective term used to describe methods that allow one client to impersonate another, thereby giving the hijacking client the same access rights as the target client. The general rule is: Nothing that goes across the network over the http protocol is safe (except if it is encrypted and it is used in certain way).read more
We recently ran into some URL encoding issues in one of our MVC projects when it came to custom routing. This blog post will address a rather quick and easy approach to reliable URL encoding in .NET/MVCread more
One of the small little gems we recently discovered in .Net 4.5 is the ability to upload multiple files using the native .Net FileUpload control and some Html 5 support. I'll run you through the basics of getting this working, as well as a fall-back for older browsers.read more