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How To Implement Secure TCP Communications in Microsoft .NET 2.0

Category: .NET Security
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The release of the .NET Framework 2.0 promises to be the first major upgrade to Windows and Web development tools since the initial release of .NET in 2001. In the realm of general networking, some of the major improvements to the Framework include FTP, Ping, packet tracing, and revised SMTP/MIME classes that are not dependent on the Windows SMTP service.


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