March, 2008

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About David LeBlanc's Web Log

This blog is about whatever security topics come to mind, and may occasionally wander off into other areas, like arcane C++ tricks. I'll primarily cover techniques to achieve more secure code, how to use some of the more interesting facets of the Windows operating system, and sometimes my thoughts about the general state of Internet security.

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    Visual C++ Defenses and 64-bit

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    Michael Howard just published a good article here on how Visual C++ features can help protect your app. I go into a fair bit more detail on these in our most recent book, "Writing Secure Code for Windows Vista" (WSCV) if you're curious. Something Michael...
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    Use of ASLR, NX, etc

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    Found a really great post by David Maynor here . He points out that various counter-measures aren't always used by apps other than Windows. I would have commented directly to his blog, but didn't feel like signing up, so I'll make some comments here ...
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