Monthly Archives: May 2005

EventLog as RSS Feed

Nice idea – expose the Windows EventLog as an RSS feed. Just be sure to properly secure that page :) http://www.codeproject.com/aspnet/EventLogRss.asp  

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Full Trust in Whidbey

Every time I do the CAS modules in DevelopMentor’s security course, we talk about all those different kinds of Permissions and students are quite impressed about the different ways to protected their code (especially with IdentityPermissions). A few slide later … Continue reading

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ASP.NET Development Helper

Nikhil has a very cool IE Helper/HttpModule combination for download on his blog, which does Warn you when debugging or tracing is enabled Extracts trace information from a page and shows it in a separate window Shows decoded ViewState/ControlState and … Continue reading

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EventLog ACLs in Windows 2003

It seems to be a common problem (telling from the msdn newsgroups) that some user/service accounts can’t write to the EventLog under Windows 2003. That’s what i answered (thought I post it here so i don’t have to repeat myself over … Continue reading

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Authorization Manager Table of Contents

just a summary of AzMan related content on this blog (will be updated when new stuff comes in) German Slides about AzMan AzMan and Non-Windows Accounts AzMan and Custom SIDs (Part One, Two, Three) Working with some AzMan types AzMan … Continue reading

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Back from the Indigo SDR

Last week I attended the Indigo SDR in Munich. First of all it was fun to hang out with my fellow DM buddies Marcus and Marvin, and of course Aaron, who was our instructor for the 3 days. I will not be … Continue reading

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ADFS Overview

Interesting stuff!  

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