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Tag Archives: GDPR
In many years we have been used to the fact that the ASP.Net session ID uniquely identifies one session, and one session only. Back in 2006, Margaret Rouse from TechTarget even wrote in the definition of a session ID that: … Continue reading
With the new GDPR rules enforced in Europe, shipping log files containing personal information (including email addresses) to 3rd parties are a no-go. Unless you have a signed controller/processor agreement of course, which no one has, as this gives them legal … Continue reading
This is a followup on the previous post C# Mask email address for GDPR reasons, where user Inspector Cluedget pointed out that masking (replacing characters with *) an email address in the log file is the least safest of the data masking … Continue reading
UPDATE 2018-08-10: See this post SHA256 hashing email addresses for GDPR reasons for an even better masking approcah. Thanks to Inspector Cluedget for the tip. This is a C# extension method that will mask your email address following this pattern: If it’s … Continue reading