Tagged articles - Configuration

Found 22 articles tagged with Configuration

ASP.NET web application security check list
Things to do before your web application goes live
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There are several things to be taken care of during development and before deployment to keep you online web app tip top regarding performance and security. 1. Logging informations ...read more
Restrict image and CSS hotlinking of your ASP.NET website
Blocking hotlinking with IIS Url Rewrite
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I did not rely how important to restrict hot-linking until one day my friend came to me and told me that he has to pay additional money for the bandwidth on his website. He was surprised that he reached bandwidth quota limit. It was weird, but after some logging of requests coming to a website we realized that most of the requests were initiated from some other website...read more
The X-Frame-Options response header
Restricting your page being used in IFrames (click jacking)
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I found this header option repeating in many guidelines for securing the web application. By adding these headers to response, it restricts browser to load your page into an iFrame tag. ...read more
The server committed a protocol violation. Section=ResponseStatusLine
Switching off header validation in .NET
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Recently I was adding GitHub project section to my blog when I run into the following exception "The server committed a protocol violation. Section=ResponseStatusLine" After some time of Google-ing I found few solutions, but the most simplest one was actually the best one...read more
Automatic property population when node created
Pre-populate properties right after node is created
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For pretty much every website I built in Umbraco, there is some sort of title property for page document type. Either it is a title for navigation in breadcrumbs or menu or main h1 page title. Usually some of these properties need to be mandatory and in most cases they are the same as the name of the node in content, but still, you have to keep ability to override the value with these properties. ...read more
Detecting request from mobile device
Take control over what is and what is not mobile device for your web app
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Microsoft made is easy to detect whether request to your web application is coming from mobile device or not by adding a property to Request class. Usage of this is Request.Browser.IsMobileDevice. This works pretty fine for most of mobile devices, but this property is based on list of mobile browsers which is configured in .NET framework itself. ...read more
Simple configuration class
Adding configuration without having to restart app pool
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Very often you need to store some settings in your configuration. Web.config files are designed for that but there are two things I found very annoying: ...read more

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