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Originally Posted by Imar View Post
You can find my e-mail address in the section "About the Author" in the beginning of the book.

>> because there might be malicious people that might try to be mean and do bad things to it

Hmmm, isn't that a great way to find if your security is sufficient enough? ;-)


Yeah well it really isn't a real world application per se and it is just enough of an application so that perspective employers can get a look and feel for some of the things that I can do with the newest ASP.NET 4.5 technology, Visual Studio 2012 and with SQL Server 2012 . Besides.... if someone who came on this board had enough malicious intentions they might just try to sabotage it anyway. Your book didn't exactly put huge, massive amounts of security into the application to begin with. Which is understandable it is a beginner's book. Plus it has my personal information on it and I don't want people that are this board deciding to try to do mean things to me, my application or other people that are around me. I would like, for the time being, maintain my anonymity.

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