CLR and .NET Security

CAS, crypto, ClickOnce security, etc.

  • CLR and .NET Security

    Obfuscation

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    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...
  • CLR and .NET Security

    Who Am I?

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    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

    Thank you Phoenix!

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    As Brad has mentioned in his blog, the CLR PM team is doing a series of road trips . The week before last, I was in Phoenix along with two of my fellow CLR PMs for customer visits and the BetaDays event. I'd like to thank all the customers and partners...
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