Monthly Archives: June 2005

Peter Gutmann

ah – and speaking of Peter Gutmann – this is a great resource: http://www.cs.auckland.ac.nz/~pgut001/tutorial/index.html  

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Interesting Read about XML Security

http://www.cs.auckland.ac.nz/~pgut001/pubs/xmlsec.txt From Peter Gutmann, found via valery’s blog.  

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ASP.NET 2.0 Health Monitoring is Goodness

The new Health Monitoring framwork in ASP.NET 2.0 is very cool. Besides that ASP.NET itself uses it to emit all kinds of useful status information, you can build your own WebException classes and connect them via configuration to the EventLog, … Continue reading

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Channel 9 Security Wiki

Loads of good information on .net security can be found here.  

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ASP.NET 2.0 Cache/Control Debugger Visualizer for VS2005

Two quite handy debugger visualizers for VS 2005 – built by brett johnson. Especially the one for inspecting the ASP.NET cache is fun while spelunking. Just build the dowloadable project and copy the assembly to: My DocumentsVisual StudioVisualizer (currrent user) … Continue reading

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Supported Hashing Algorithms for PasswordDeriveBytes

this was a question on the MSDN Newsgroups. By looking at the source with reflector – they create a HashTable with all available algorithm mappings (look at System.Security.Cryptography.CryptoConfig. CreateDefaultMappingHT). The HT includes hashing and encryption algorithms. Out of experimentation i found out … Continue reading

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Gudge tries to make Indigo Secure

So – it is not that easy to make the basic profile binding work over SSL in Indigo (even for a guy who is close to the product team). That’s why i suggested to make SSL the default. here. :)) … Continue reading

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