Microsoft urges devs to migrate away from .NET Core 3.1 ASAP

NET Core versions until it reaches the end of support next month.

NET Native releases, warned this July, Microsoft will stop providing technical support or servicing updates after EOS. “We recommend moving to.NET 6 as soon as possible. If you are still using.NET Core 3.1 after the end of support date, you’ll need to update your app to.NET 6 or.NET 7 to remain supported and continue to receive.NET updates,” Whittaker said.

NET Core 3.1 apps will still run after the EOS is reached in less than a month, they will be exposed to attacks targeting any of the security vulnerabilities patched in.

NET Core 6 since its initial release in November 2021.

In April, Microsoft also warned developers to migrate their apps away from.

NET Framework 4.6.2 or later before they reached their EOS on April 26, to continue receiving security updates and technical support.

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