Monthly Archives: August 2005

ASP.NET Web Project System

ScottGu has a series of article which contain excellent information about the new web project system in Visual Studio 2005. part1. part2. part3. part4.  

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Credentials and Delegation

Keith’s new article in MSDN Magazine can be a real life saver. trust me.  

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Shawn's What's new in .NET 2.0 Security

Shawn has a summary of new security features on his blog. Instead of the biggies like X509 support, negotiate stream and secure remoting he focuses more on (yet) unknown stuff like SecurityTransparent, Host Protection, AppDomainManager, FIPS enforcement a.s.o. As you can see, the … Continue reading

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Security makes my World go round

I finally consolidated my calendar for, say the next 9 months – and I like what I see, seems I will solely work on security topics for the next year. Currently I am writing a course for DevelopMentor and a book for O’Reilly, both code-named … Continue reading

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IIS6 Documenation

mainly for myself - but quite essential (there is more to it than you might think) http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/WindowsServer2003/Library/IIS  

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ASP.NET 2.0 Configuration

Very good information about the new configuration features in ASP.NET 2.0 by K. Scott Allen.  

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HttpCfg ACL Helper

Windows 2003 and XP SP2 include HTTP.SYS. This is a kernel mode http listener that is e.g. used by IIS6. A nice thing with http.sys is, that it enables port sharing. That means you can have several processes on your … Continue reading

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