Monthly Archives: February 2007

IE7 and local Proxies (e.g. Fiddler)

This is just a repeat of a german blog post by Marc Höppner – but I never read this elsewhere and it is so incredibly useful…. IE7 always bypasses proxies for “localhost” addresses. Regardless of configuration. Now when you want to … Continue reading

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MSDN US WebCast: ASP.NET Security – Storing Secrets

As always, the slides and demos I showed can be downloaded here. See you next time!  

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MSDN US WebCast: ASP.NET Security – Input Validation

Thanks to all attendees – find the slides and source here. See you next time!  

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MSDN WebCast: ASP.NET Security 4 – Logging und Instrumentation

So es ist geschafft – vier WebCasts zu ASP.NET Security. Mir hat es Spass gemacht und ich hoffe für euch war etwas interessantes dabei! Wie immer Slides und Code hier – und die ganze Serie im Überblick mit WMV download … Continue reading

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New (and finalized) CardSpace Resources

Recently Kim released the finalized versions of the CardSpace spec documents – get them here: Information Card Profile V1.0 Technical Reference (here) A Guide to Interoperating with the Infomation Card Profile V1.0 (here) Guide to Supporting Information Cards within Web … Continue reading

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IIS7: Custom Worker Accounts and User Profiles

One of my favorite feature of IIS7 (well, there a lot) is that user profiles are now loaded for the worker process accounts. Why is this important? A lot of the Windows functionality (and in my case – security features) … Continue reading

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MSDN US WebCast: Authentication and Authorization with ASP.NET 2.0

Thanks for attending the first webcast in my mini series! Find the slides and code here.  

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My 1st MSDN Magazine Article

The march issue of MSDN Magazine has just been released - it includes an article about certificates support in the .NET Framework I wrote a while ago. I think MSDN Magazine is great and I am really happy this worked out… http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/07/03/NETSecurity/default.aspxContinue reading

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DevelopMentor and Me

After my last post I received some emails asking me if I have left DevelopMentor … No – that’s not the case! I am still taking care of their security curriculum and I am still teaching/authoring WCF, .NET Security and … Continue reading

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Thinktecture and Me

I know Christian and Ingo for quite some time now. I respect their work and knowledge and (equally important) we always have a good time when we meet (late nights and high hotel/mini bar bills included).Since security is part of … Continue reading

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