Monthly Archives: July 2004

System.Net.NetworkInformation

Today i read about a new Namespace in Whidbey. This stuff is very useful. You can subscribe to notifications when network connectivity changes, obtain information about tcp/ip connections (like netstat) and more… The System.Net.NetworkInformation namespace provides access to network traffic … Continue reading

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"Generate Method Stub" rocks!

lately i have been playing around with VS.NET 2005 Beta 1 – and i must say : i love it. One day with the new IDE and you don’t want to go back in time to 2003 :) While coding … Continue reading

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Book on Penetration Testing

My Co-Workers here at ERNW are currently working on a book on penetration testing for the german Vieweg Verlag. Expect some wisdom and insight from Enno Rey and our CHO (Chief Hacking Officer) Michael Thumann. I will throw in some … Continue reading

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CrypterPK (The Public Key Crypto Edition)

CrypterPK uses the new Whidbey X509Store and X509CertificateEx classes to encrypt/decrypt files. You can choose certificates from the Windows Certificate Store (MY and AddressBook) to encrypt the file. You can even choose multiple certificates. just like in PGP. I think … Continue reading

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The PrivBar and more on Non Admin

Recently some excellent posts on running as Non Admin showed up on aaron magosis’ blog. His newest toy is a toolbar for Internet Explorer which shows you under what account and security context IE is running (user/admin/power user). If you click on the … Continue reading

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Whidbey Watch

http://www.dotnet2themax.com has web app where you can browse all the assemblies from the .net framework and see what is added and changed in the current whidbey beta…very cool.

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LookOut

i always loved Outlook – but searching in Outlook sucks. Microsoft bought a tool called LookOut to index your folders and to do a *fast* search over *all* folders!!! rocks!

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