Dan Sellers's WebLog

A Passion for .NET Security

January, 2006

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    Auditing--the forgotten art of Security

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    When it comes to security there is a lot of emphasis placed on Authentication and Authorization which of course make sense. Sometimes, I think there is so much emphasis placed on Authentication and Authorization that we forget about another critical component...
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    Thoughts on Code Scanning Tools

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    I was in the process of writing a blog on my thoughts about Code Scanning Tools to find security vulnerabilites in source code. As I mention many times before there are no silver bullet in the IT industry and surely there are no silver bullets in Security...
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    Plumbers at Work Episode 2

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    It has been a while since our first Plumbers at Work Podcast but we finally have Episode 2 titled "Right Planet; Wrong Universe" on Community Radio at MSDN Canada . The RSS feed is here . Unfortunately, I was MIA for this episode but plan to back for...
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    Web Service Security Guidance

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    With the release of the WSE 3.0 for Visual Studio 2005 and .NET Framwork 2.0, Microsoft released the Web Service Security Guidance . This guidance captures the most common scenarios related to Web Service Security such as: Public Web Services ...
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    Software Development must change

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    I am glad to see that many IT industry analyst are now writing about the increase security vulnerabilites and hacks occuring at the application level. However, it appears that security professional are a more then a few steps behind the hackers. This...
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    Microsoft Developer Security Resource Kit

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    For the longest time there has always been resource kits for Operating System and other major applications. However, I am now glad to see there is now a Security Resource Kit aimed at Developers . For those wondering why we need a Developer Security Resource...
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    MIX

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    On March 20th, Bill Gates will kick off a new conference called “ MIX ”, focused on the web. MIX will feature Microsoft technologies such as IE7, II7, Atlas, WPF, InfoCard, Windows Media, Windows Live!, Media Center and Office Live. Registration is now...
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    Microsoft Expression--new line of products

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    Today Microsoft announced three line of Designer tools known as Expression Family of Products : Expression Graphic Designer (formerly known as "Acrylic") Expression Interactive Designer (formerly known as "Sparkle") Expression Web designer...
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    Team Foundation Server is going RC

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    Team Foundation Server will be going Release Candidate in early February 2006, which is one step closer to being fully released. For more information and some of the biggest changes since Beta 3 of Team Foundation Server visit Jeff Beehler Web Logs .
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    Register for the Security March Series

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    Based upon the success of the four ASP.NET 2.0 Security WebCasts in November, I will now be delivering another five sessions covering the best practices for using and understanding the numerous Security tools and Features that have been integrated in...
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    Windows Communication Foundation Go-Live

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    Through out the holiday season I was working with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)--formerly known as "Indigo"-- for building distributed applications. I extremely impressed with the concept of the single programming model to develop distributed...
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