UrlScan Broke My Blog (And How I Fixed It)

Posted by: youve been HAACKED, on 27 Sep 2010 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

By now, youre probably aware of a serious ASP.NET Vulnerability going around. The ASP.NET team has been working around the clock to address this. Quite literally as last weekend, I came in twice over the weekend (to work on something unrelated) to find people working to address the exploit. Recently, Scott Guthrie posted a follow-up blog post with an additional recommended mitigation you should apply to your servers. Ive seen a lot of questions about these mitigations, as well as a lot of bad advice....

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