Welcome to Alter Procedure. This is just a simple blog that outlines some of the more difficult technical problems and solutions I run into on a daily basis.
So feel free to take a look around, and learn what I had to learn the hard way.
Lately we have noticed an increase in SQL-Injection attacks on our IIS webserver. While all attacks have the common user_agent, they seem to be coming from a very large botnet where each attack has been initiated from thousands of different IP addresses.
If your ASP.NET application has corrupted HTML and it seems to be centered around the WebResource.axd and ScriptResource.axd files, IE8 is causing your problem. Read on for a possible solution.