To see how validation works, run this page and deliberately make mistakes.This tutorial series demonstrates basic aspects of using model binding with an ASP. Model binding makes data interaction more straight-forward than dealing with data source objects (such as Object Data Source or Sql Data Source).For example, you don't want to process a form that's missing critical information.When users enter values into an HTML form, the values that they enter are strings.This is an example result of a hashed query string:
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To ensure this is configured correctly request Validation Mode should be set to "4.0" (or not set at all) in web.config: There are enhancements added to request validation starting with ASP.
NET 4.5 that include deferred ("lazy") validation, the ability to opt-out at the server control level, and the ability to access unvalidated data.
NET that examines HTTP requests and determines whether they contain potentially dangerous content.
This check adds protection from markup or code in the URL query string, cookies, or posted form values that might have been added for malicious purposes.
There are known, documented bypasses (such as JSON requests) that will not be addressed in future releases, and the request validation feature is no longer provided in ASP. Fully protecting your application from malicious input requires validating each field of user supplied data. NET Validation Controls and/or Data Annotations attributes to check for: Starting with ASP.