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web form data submission using encryption

Posted on 2011-03-07
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Hi, I'm developing with asp.net, c# .net 3.5
I know there is a overhead to setup the IIS and obtain certificate to transmit in encryption.  Since I haven't done this before.  I was wondering if there is any differences in asp.net /C# coding when I want to send the form data in encryption when user clicks the submit button?  What about the server side of code in C#?  Are there additional work there too?  
Also, is there some sample code/web site that I can check out?  thanks.
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If you're talking about using SSL, then you don't need to do anything special.  You just need to make sure that the address the user is visiting at your site contains the HTTPS and valid cert.  All posts will automatically be encrypted.
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Awsome!  thanks.
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