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Viewstate tampering

Posted on 2011-09-06
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Whenever a post back occurs, this hash code is recalculated and checked with the one that is stored in the __ViewState hidden field of the form.  It they do not match, the page is rejected, thus ensuring that the ViewState is not tampered.


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Yes. For that EnableViewStateMAC=true  should be set @Page directive.  Refer http://www.testingreflections.com/node/view/3424 for more details.
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