Microsoft’s .Internet Main 3.1, a release of Microsoft’s open supply, cross-platform software development framework published in December 2019, will no for a longer period be supported as of December 13, 2022.
.Net Core 3.1 reaches conclude-of-support position that working day, with Microsoft discontinuing servicing updates and technical assist, the corporation said. In a bulletin posted previously this month, Microsoft suggested consumers to move to .Internet 6, the present-day Lengthy-Term Guidance (LTS) launch of the platform, as before long as doable. Those even now making use of .Net Core 3.1 just after the conclusion of assist will have to have to update to possibly .Internet 6 or .Web 7, due this November, to go on getting supported.
Applications built on .Internet Core 3.1 will carry on to run just after the conclude-of-support date, but every single protection take care of in .Net 6 is most likely an unpatched, undocumented stability vulnerability for all those apps, Microsoft warned. Finish users of apps are suggested to achieve out to the vendor running their software to validate whether or not an up to date edition of the computer software is required and accessible.
Beginning with the December 2022 servicing update for Visual Studio 2019 16.11, Visible Studio 2019 17., and Visible Studio 2022 17.2, the .Net Main 3.1 component will be altered to out of aid and optional. Thusly, workloads in Visual Studio could be mounted without the need of putting in .Web Main 3.1.