CLR and .NET Security

CAS, crypto, ClickOnce security, etc.

May, 2005

  • CLR and .NET Security

    Who Am I?

    Hello and welcome to my blog. My name is Mike Downen and I'm the program manager for security on the CLR team. This means I own the security features in the CLR, such as Code Access Security, the crypto-related classes, our integration with ClickOnce...
  • CLR and .NET Security


    One topic I'm often asked about is obfuscation of managed code. In the context of software, obfuscation is the process of scrambling the symbols, code, and data of a program to prevent reverse engineering. Optimizing C++ compilers for native code tend...
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