Platform features for validating input in .NET Framework

Monday, 7 January 2008, 3:52 PM EST

The .NET framework has many powerful features for implementing white list validation. Remember to use white list validation whenever possible. It is a more restrictive, definitive, and manageable means to perform strong input validation in your applications.

On the other hand, black list validation is less restrictive and more difficult to manage and maintain. As you have seen, there are many ways to bypass black list validation.

At MSDN.

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