Monthly Archives: June 2004

Security Changes in ASP.NET 2.0

continuing my “Security in Whidbey” collection, there’s a new article on MSDN describing the new security features in ASP.NET 2.0. Another one (from our favourite security geek :) can be found here.

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Fun with LogParser

this morning i had some free time (and also was fed up with WMI, with which i was experimenting the last days) – so i opened my ever growing outlook task list and one entry catched my attention “check out LogParser!”. cool – … Continue reading

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netsh vs ifconfig

UPDATE : new version available windows includes a handy little tool called ‘netsh’. you can use this to completely configure your networking environment from the command line. and when i say ‘completely’ i mean ‘completely’. you can configure every aspect of … Continue reading

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XP SP2 Changes – New Document

a very detailed documentation of the changes in XPSP2 http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/winxppro/maintain/sp2chngs.mspx

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Network Ports Used by Key Microsoft Server Products

an interesting list of ports used by various microsoft servers & services http://www.microsoft.com/smallbusiness/gtm/securityguidance/articles/ref_net_ports_ms_prod.mspx

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A .NET Developers Guide to Windows Security

keith brown has an online version of his new book ‘A .NET Developers Guide to Windows Security’. I can only highly recommend reading this! it rocks!!! or as bruce schneier once said on ‘hacking exposed’: ‘informational gold!’

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XMLSpy for Free

Those you know me know that i alway favoured XML Spy for all X-related editing.Finally there is a free home edition! it include a lot of the regular product features. unfortunately the WSDL designer and SOAP debugger stay in the … Continue reading

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