Monthly Archives: May 2004

SSPI/Kerberos Support

In Whidbey you can use the NegotiateStream class to add SSPI support to your applications. now it is very easy to kerberize your apps. Read more on that in Keith Brown’s online book: remoting and sockets.

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Managed ACLs

Windows ACLs are now wrapped in the System.Security.AccessControl namespace. read more on that in keith brown’s online book.

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Managed DPAPI

in Whidbey DPAPI calls to CryptProtectData and CryptProtectMemory are wrapped in the ProtectedData and ProtectedMemory classes. this is cool! find more info here and here. If you need to use DPAPI in 1.1. – there are several managed wrappers out … Continue reading

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SecureString

I am trying to compile a list of new and useful security related features in whidbey. i you want to contribute – feel free so :) The first thing i want to mention is the addition of the new SecureString … Continue reading

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PluralSight

nearly everybody blogged about that – so i will do it, too :) keith brown, fritz onion and aaron skonnard of developmentor fame started their own company called PluralSight. Don’t miss that!!! keith and fritz have a blog now. subscribed.

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New Toys this week

i thought i summarize that (so i find all the links in one place if i need them :) microsoft released a bunch of new stuff this week – those were of particular interest for me: WSE2 (here) SQL Server … Continue reading

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WSE2 is out!!!

finally. get it here. and via aaron. WSE 2.0 simplifies the development and deployment of secure Web services by enabling developers and administrators to more easily apply security policies on Web services running on the .NET Framework. Using WSE, Web … Continue reading

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