Some versions of the .NET Framework and Visual Studio .NET documentation incorrectly state that the decryptionKey can have a length of between 40 and 128 characters. This does not make sense, as it is a DES or 3DES key and thus needs to have either 16 or 48 characters.
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I live in Portugal, yes that little country ;)
I am new in this kind of stuff (blog stuff).
I am developing with .net framework, more or less, one year.
I belong (admin) to one discuss list of dotnet in Portuguese language.
Here is the link:
If you don’t speak Portuguese, please don’t join to that because you would understand nothing :)
I would like to put here some news and tips, in English (of course) that i received and read on some magazines and newsletters (all about .net plataform and about my personal projects)
This info would be for them (discuss list) and for all that read my blog :)
(Note: Thanks Scott for setting up this blog for me :+)