Localizing ASP.NET MVC routes/URLs

Most websites now use some form of “pretty” URL. Gone are the days of URLs that exposed the relative path structure of the server…ending in “Default.aspx”. There are many benefits to decoupling your URLs from the underlying technology. URLs should really be viewed as part of the presentation layer. They are part of the user […]
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Understanding IP Routing and Routing Attacks

Routers are what makes the Internet what it is. More specifically, routers are a central part of IP, the Internet protocol. When IP routing functions correctly the net runs well, when they don’t things are a mess. I’ll talk a bit about routing here, but if you aren’t familiar with routing and how the Internet […]
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Watch Out, Your Data Might Wander Down the Wrong Back Alley — Part 1

On a recent visit to New York I saw Cortlandt Alley. It’s pretty much what you would expect of a New York alleyway — narrow, dark, lots of fire escapes, small loading docks and back entrances, some of them mysterious. What you wouldn’t expect is that it’s the only such alley in all of Manhattan. […]
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