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PS: now you can simply upgrade SunBlogNuke with the latest package to exclude this bug.
Currently some clients raised some problems with error information "That assembly does not allow partially trusted callers" when visiting the post detail page of our dnn blog module - #SunBlogNuke. After looking into the issue, it looks that the Google reCAPTCHA control dose not work with partially trusted callers. To fix it, please try out the following ways:
1) Please open your web.config file and find out the <trust> element. If it is open please modify the level attribute as 'High' or simply remove the <trust> element with commenting it:
Original may like that: <trust level="Medium" originUrl=".*" /> Modified it like that: <trust level="High" originUrl=".*" /> or comment it like that: <!-- <trust level="High" originUrl=".*" /> -->
Original may like that:
<trust level="Medium" originUrl=".*" />
Modified it like that:
<trust level="High" originUrl=".*" />
or comment it like that:
<!-- <trust level="High" originUrl=".*" /> -->
If you are in a shared hosting environment, you may need to talk to your hosting provider, some providers may not allow you to run in Full Trust mode.
2) Another solution may require a upgraded assembly for Google reCAPTCHA control. Please refer to this post in details http://code.google.com/p/recaptcha/issues/detail?id=100. Just download the fixed assembly and replace the original one in the bin folder of your website.
Hope it helps if you encounter the same issue. If you have any question please leave your comments or raise it in our forum. :)
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