Monthly Archives: January 2006

Useful VS keyboard shortcut

I love this little smart tags in VS2005, e.g. “add using statement” or “generate method stub”. I always found that it is an interruption in my workflow to use the mouse to activate these functions. Fortunately there is a shortcut to open … Continue reading

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.NET 2.0 breaks HREF-EXEs from the Internet Zone

read here.  

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HttpOnly and ASP.NET 2.0

HttpOnly is a flag that you can append to cookies which makes it a little bit harder for cookie harvesting attacks (e.g. via XSS) to steal your valuable cookies containing authentication tickets or session IDs. I wrote about it here before. … Continue reading

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ADFS Ressourcen

ADFS (Active Directory Federation Services) ist eine neue Single-Sign-Technologie für ASP.NET, die mit Windows Server 2003 R2 ausgeliefert wird. Folgende Dokumente sind sehr interessant: ADFS Design Guide and ADFS Step-by-Step.

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C++/CLI Webcast

Marcus, my fellow german DM instructor, finally surfaces again after digging 8 months into the new C++ compiler shipped with .NET 2.0 – one of his first signs of life: A webcast on msdn.microsoft.com/visualc “DevelopMentor instructor and C++/CLI guru, Marcus … Continue reading

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ADFS Resources

I am building an ADFS lab currently – these documents are quite helpful: ADFS Design Guide and ADFS Step-by-Step.

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AzMan Bulk Importer / Converter

Joe Langley, a guy I speak to from time to time about AzMAn and other security related stuff sent me a very neat utility to import / convert AzMan stores between different formats (XML to AD and vice versa). This … Continue reading

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