Monthly Archives: October 2004

Speaking at DevWeek 2005

i will do three talks and the post-conference at DevWeek 2005 in Lodon. Other speakers include tim ewald, ingo rammer, jeff richter, jeff prosise, simon horell and dino esposito… the talks: Designing Application Managed Authorization Authorization is a task, which every … Continue reading

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Back Home

i had a great week at windev. this is such a nice conference. i’ve seen some very interesting talks, met a lot of people for the first time, met a lot of people again – you know who you are … Continue reading

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WinDev: Improving Application Security through Penetration Testing

the slide for my penetration testing talk – all urls of the tools i showed are included in the slides. Pentest.pdf (1,11 MB)  

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WinDev : Designing Application Managed Authorization

as promised – the slides and source code for my talk about authorization slides Authz.pdf (220,7 KB) .NET IIdentity/IPrincipal Roles.zip (16,76 KB) AzMan AzMan.zip (83,66 KB) For a more detailed explanation of the AzMan source code – check out the … Continue reading

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WinDev and Slides

whew. i had big fun in my two talks at WinDev. What a nice conference! i have some problems uploading the slides from the hotel to this server. i will do it in the next days. just subscribe and stay … Continue reading

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Off to WinDev

i am currently making my final preparations for WinDev (take care that all my tools and demos are working, preparing a VMWare image, going through the slides, trying to fight my excitement etc). I am leaving tomorrow.  

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ACL Support in .NET 2.0

The new issue of MSDN Magazine is focused on Security – one article covers the new ACL support in .NET 2.0.  

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