November, 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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    SafeInt Compiles on gcc!

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    [update 12-1-08] I now have it completely compiling on gcc, with a test harness that exercises every method of the class for every combination of types (all 15 of them). Version 3.0.12p is now moved to release status. Once I got SafeInt posted on CodePlex...
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    Improvements in Office Security

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    We now have a pretty neat internal web site where I can easily search for CVE entries and bulletin counts by product. It shows some interesting trends that I hope will continue to hold. First, let me preface this by saying that CVE entry count is a better...
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