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Dear Brian Eaton,
--Monday, May 21, 2007, 11:28:27 PM, you wrote to firstname.lastname@example.org:
BE> Given how few application platforms decode full-width unicode to ASCII BE> equivalents, is there a case to be made that those application BE> platforms that do decide this conversion is a good idea are broken?
BE> Put another way: should this be considered a bug in ASP.NET?
Converting e.g. Unicode full-width 'A' into ASCII 'A' is definitely valid and expected behavior. A bug is using unfiltered input in HTML/SQL generation. As for inability of content filter to catch this situation, it's just one more way to bypass it. See
Итак, я буду краток. (Твен)