HttpContext.Cache Multitenant Leak

Originally published at collinmbarrett.com on Jan 06, 2018

CPU in SocketOur team misunderstood the scope of ASP.NET's HttpContext.Cache. This mishap led to some cross-instance data leakage in our hosting environment. Keys must always have enough unique information to identify their respective cache value. [Read More]

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Collin M. Barrett
Crafting clean, SOLID solutions to complex problems. Software developer in Memphis, TN specializing in C#/.NET and WordPress. Blogging about coding, security and privacy, finance, and life.
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