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comment DataProtectionConfigurationProvider decryption
I read that if you encrypt using DataProtectionConfigurationProvider, the key is stored somewhere in the machine,local authority ..., So I was wondering who has access to this directory, is it only my application? If I want to change something in it later on, can I do that by sending a patch to the user?
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comment DataProtectionConfigurationProvider decryption
I know how to do that! my questions were the following:1) Can anyone, the user, decrypt appSettings in the config file? 2) If tomorrow I planned to change the ip address of my server, is there a way to update that at the user side using a patch rather than sending a new release, build.
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comment DataProtectionConfigurationProvider decryption
It is a configuration file that they get along with the .exe
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comment DataProtectionConfigurationProvider decryption
Yes, they do have access to it. It has the address of my server. I do not want them to know the ip address of my server easily.
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it did not work ...
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how could i know that there is an image ?
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how to check if it is an image ?!
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