One or more crypto algorithms such as TripleDESCryptoServiceProvider, DESCryptoServiceProvider, and RC2CryptoServiceProvider are being used by your application. These algorithms are marked as obsolete and are no longer recommended. Please consider switching to a more modern and robust algorithm instead. Please check out the reference for some recommended algorithms.
Representing URIs as
strings can prove to be a security risk as they are difficult to parse, validate and encode. It is therefore recommended that you use the more safer and reliable built-in alternative
ArgumentException is generally thrown when an unexpected argument is passed to a method. Explicitly spelling out the parameter whilst throwing such exceptions is not a good idea as parameter names are subject to change during code refactoring and may produce misleading information in the stracktrace. It is therefore recommended that you use the
nameof operator to spell out such parameters instead.
TODO/FIXME comments are usually placed within the source code to indicate that there might be a scenario that is either unaccounted for or that a feature requires further enhancements to function as expected/required. In either way, they must be addressed when and where possible to avoid unintended side-effects or breakdown.
default case in a
switch is executed when none of the provided
cases match. Since an empty
default case does nothing, it is redundant and can be safely dropped/discarded.