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ProtectedJson: Integrating ASP.NET Core Configuration and Data Protection

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20 Feb 2024CPOL11 min read 17.2K   18  
An improved JSON configuration provider that allows partial or full encryption of values in appsettings.json
This extensive article introduces ProtectedJson, an enhanced JSON configuration provider integrated into ASP.NET Core architecture, facilitating encryption of configuration values. It covers its implementation, usage, and illustrates how it seamlessly integrates into applications, allowing secure handling of sensitive data within configuration files.

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I'm a senior .NET software engineer in the second half of my forties. Started using a computer at six years, gone through logo, basic, assembly, C/C++, java and finally to .NET and .NET core. Proficient also in databases, especially Sql Server and reporting. Let's say I have also some experience on security but mainly in the past, now things have become much more difficult and I do not have too much time to keep me updated, but sometimes I am still kicking in. Fan of videogames, technologies, motorbikes, travelling and comedy.

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