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I'm sorry for you, but i find this hilarious. 🤣
donnico14911y- it works on my machine
- it worked 10 years why changing it
- nobody knows so is secure
- he was a dev his whole life, he knows better
vbCrLf & vbCrLf & vbCrLf & mstr_Username
I work primarily in a decade-old VB.NET codebase and some of the old migrated VB6-era code is nasty.
The worst is when we get a new dev who's working here as their .NET job. They see that stuff scattered all over certain areas and think it's how they should be writing new features.
japzio77481ysome backend call in production that uses email@example.com that communicates to another api, upon enforcing password expiration, locks out all users from accessing the app
Honestly, what surprises me the most is the fact that his password didn't expire *at all* 😲
feature1251yI have no doubt in my mind that I will uncover something exactly like this at my new employer.
'; Drop Table Users -- +
The main site of my company (its on alexa top 100 in my country) its written in vb.net and its full of queries like "select * from Table where id="+ urlParameter.
The worst part is that its just 4 years old and the other devs think that the previous developer was god.
Thankfully, I already started to build it again in c# and net core 2 and the boss support me.
Tsaukpaetra66129dHey, I migrated the app from Access '97 just fine!
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