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  • Kirk Evans Blog

    What You Should Know About a Reported Vulnerability in Microsoft ASP.NET

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    Go to this page to find out more.
  • Brian Goldfarb's Blog

    What You Should Know About a Reported Vulnerability in Microsoft ASP.NET

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    Tonight we posted a bunch of information about a reported ASP.NET security vulnerability. I urge you to take a look at the security incident page at: http://www.microsoft.com/security/incident/aspnet.mspx That page has all the latest info and will continually...
  • Brad Abrams

    Quiz: Initializing static fields correctly

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    A dev on the team recently found a bug in Whidbey a long these lines… Say you want to initialize the value of a static int to zero… which code should you use (C1 or C2) and, of course the most important point, why? class C1 { private static int value...
  • Joe Stagner - Frustrated by Design !

    Fall Topics at MSDN Events

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    MSDN Events - Fall Program 2004 Web Application Development Series - 1:00-5:00 p.m. Click here to register! Object Oriented Programming Fundamentals in VB.NET Visual Basic ® .NET brings the full power of Object Oriented Programming to...
  • blogs.msdn.com/brianjo

    ASP.NET Security Issue Posted

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    Tonight we posted some information and guidance around a reported security vulnerability in ASP.NET. The heart of the problem is a canonicalization issue in dealing with certain URLs. Check out the page here , and be sure to take a look at KB article...
  • Brian Groth's Life at Microsoft

    Why run the RemoteRegistry Service?

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    In a recent post of mine, Uses for the TaskList Command Line app in Windows XP SP2 , someone (didn’t leave a name) sort of challenged me regarding why the RemoteRegistry service would be running on my desktop PC. Here is why, and what it is: Disabling...
  • blogs.msdn.com/brianjo

    Way cool concept...

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    Check this out. It's called Yourself Fitness. It's an exercise game with a personal trainer. This is something I might actually use. :) Yourself!Fitness brings the expertise of a personal trainer to your home with the first health and fitness game for...
  • Brad Abrams

    Color-Coded Source code in blogs

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    Someone recently asked me how I do the color coding of source code in my blog. Well, it is really very simple. I do my work in VS 2005 Express and then cut and paste it into word (an email actually), then cut and paste that into a blog entry… and presto...
  • .:blog.iainmcdonald

    Focus

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    A couple of weeks ago my friend, Dean Hachamovitch (a man with a particularly tough job - he runs the Internet Explorer group - he took it over earlier this year so it's not all his fault - check out this video he did on channel9 http://channel9.msdn...
  • Junfeng Zhang's Musing

    Obsfucation

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    Some people asked me about obsfucation and IP protection. Myself is strongly against obsfucation. And I believe as a platform vendor, it is critical that we ship our framework without obsfucation. Fortunately, most people do agree with me. And we do ship...
  • Evan's Weblog of Tech and Life

    More on Multiples...

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    I’m getting some comments on this post , but I guess I should have been a bit more explicit about asking people about what issues they have with multiple PCs particularly given my audience (Thanks Jeff for pointing that out!), so tell me about the...
  • Lisa Wollin

    Creating a Drop-down Menu

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    We had an article on MSDN for creating a drop-down menu, but after repeated attempts, I, like many of our customers, couldn't make the code work, so we're in the process of removing it. We will (mostly likely) eventually replace it. In the meantime, though...
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