Top 5 Application Security Vulnerabilities in Web.config Files
You’ll face moments of truth every day of your life. You’ll make decisions and take the consequences. The consequences can be good, they can be bad, but they are there for every action you take. Moments of truth can have a profound effect on your business, and complaints have enormous significance, so we’ll consider client complaints in this chapter.
One thing that is particularly frustrating with caring about Web standards and accessibility is what often happens after your work is done and a site is handed over to the client.
I’m sure most of you have been there. Despite your hard work to educate the client’s editor(s), regardless of the style guide you wrote, and no matter how much time you spent patching the CMS they use, there will be problems.
I wanted save some people some time looking for providers for their non-Microsoft databases to use with .NET. Please keep in mine I have not tried or used all of these providers / tools but have found them from searching and asking around. Based on some of the feed back and comments I added a few others.