Remove Moq now!

by Aug 9, 2023

Remove Moq now!

Using Moq for dotnet mocking? 👀Watch out! Since version 4.20, they’ve introduced a sneaky SponserLink.

What does it do? It scans for your 📩email in your git folder during build. Sounds risky, right?

The solution? Say 👋goodbye to Moq or downgrade to ensure your safety!

Personally, I’m a fan of NSubstitute – it’s got a more pleasing syntax for mocking in my opinion.

But Moq is widely used, so consider this a 🚨warning! 🚨

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