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    Application Security Event (UK) - 10th October (afternoon session)

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    Windows Vista Security Features for Developers 10 October 2006 14:15 - 10 October 2006 17:00 GMT, London Welcome Time: 13:30 Language: English Microsoft Ltd Chicago 2 Building 3 Microsoft Campus Thames Valley Park Reading Berkshire RG6 1WG United...
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    Application Security Event (UK) - 10th October (morning session)

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    Windows Vista Security Features for Developers 10 October 2006 09:45 - 10 October 2006 12:30 GMT, London Welcome Time: 09:00 Language: English Microsoft Ltd Chicago 2 Building 3 Microsoft Campus Thames Valley Park Reading Berkshire RG6 1WG United...
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    Evening Application Security Event (UK) - 21st September

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    Developer security features of Visual Studio 2005, Visual Studio Team System and SQL Server 2005 21 September 2006 18:30 - 21 September 2006 21:15 GMT, London Welcome Time: 17:45 Language: English Microsoft London Swimming Pool Microsoft House...
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    Application Security Website - Refresh Completed

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    The UK Microsoft Application Security Website has now been refreshed! New to the website: Two new regular contributors; Peter Bell and Stephen Lamb Patterns & Practice Security guidance white paper Guest Articles from Chris...
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    Links...Links...Links!

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    I have a request to make of you… By now I hope you have all seen the Application Security Website . If you take a look at the bottom of the homepage, you will see a section entitled…” Links to Other Security Content” . This area acts as a...
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    Evening Application Security Event (UK) - 28th June

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    MSDN TechTalk: Web Security with ASP.NET 2.0 and WSE 3.0 (Level 200) 28 June 2006 18:30 - 28 June 2006 21:00 GMT, London Welcome Time: 18:00 Language: English Microsoft London Swimming Pool Microsoft House 10 Great Pultney...
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    Developer Highway Code Feedback

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    In response to several enquiries, the Developer Highway Code is available for download in .pdf form here . We are giving hard copies away at our UK Application security events and are looking to get it also made available from MS Press very soon...
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    Voice your opinion on Application Security Event Topics!

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    Finally as promised by my announcement at the UK Application Security events, now is the opportunity for you to have your say in upcoming Application Security events that we will be running. Please post a comment on what topics you would like to...
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    I'm back...

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    Hi All - It's been a while since my last post, so I thought I would take a moment to let you know what I've been up to for the past couple of months. We finally managed to get the Developer Highway Code out and have been distributing it at our Application...
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    XBOX 360 Developer Security Stories Competition - Closed!

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    Due to the overwhelming response, we now have sufficient Developer Security Stories…so no more entries will be accepted. The next step is to review each and every story! There will be three lucky winners, who will have their stories published and...
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    Would you like to have an article published??

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    I'm offering the opportunity for you to write an Application Security article and have it published on the new Microsoft Application Security website. ...totally open ended, but think Application Security and Developers and 400-600 words. What am...
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    Developer Security Stories

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    Thanks to everyone who has posted a Developer Security story...I promise all are being read and considered. There's still time to post stories...so go on give it a go! Please reply to my original post with any stories. Thanks, Paul
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    Developer Highway Code Feedback

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    By now I hope most of you have checked out the Developer Highway Code at: http://www.microsoft.com/uk/msdn/security/dev_highway.mspx I'd love to hear your feedback about the guide here. So at the moment the Developer Highway Code is available for...
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    Important...Please Read!

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    Hi All - The Microsoft Application Security website has now been refreshed go check it out. We have a new look and feel...check out the Regular Contributors, the drill down functionality of the Security Portal and YES we are RSS enabled. In case...
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    Microsoft Application Security News Flash

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    I wanted to do a quick update on the refresh of the Microsoft Application Security Website: http://www.microsoft.com/uk/msdn/security/default.mspx and the Developer Highway code that I have previously blogged about. So the refresh has taken longer...
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    “Would you like us to give you an Xbox 360?”

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    Re: The post below - Are you a developer with a security story? For every developer story we publish, we will give the person who submits the story an XBOX 360 (hard disk version), with an extra controller, wireless bridge, a 12 month subscription...
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    Free Secure Coding Event (8th March) - Microsoft Reading, UK

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    MSDN TechTalk: Web Security with ASP.NET 2.0 and WSE 3.0 (Level 200) 08 March 2006 18:30 - 08 March 2006 21:00 (GMT) GMT, London Welcome Time: 18:00 Language: English Microsoft Ltd Chicago 1 Building 3 Microsoft Campus Thames Valley Park Reading...
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    Are you a developer with a security story?

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    We're looking for developers who have an experience with security that they would like to share with the world. What do we mean by "experience"? Some examples: 1. Your code has been attacked by malware or a hacker and the steps you took to recover...
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    Developer Dave Website Update

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    Thanks to all of you who have provided excellent feedback on the new Microsoft Application Security website. I should start by saying we have a long list of actions based on your input. To my frustration...because of course these things take time....
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    The Developer Highway Code

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    I'm very excited, we are almost ready to publish the Microsoft Application Security - Developer Highway Code handbook. I've included the back page of the Highway Code below, by way of an introduction. The Developer Highway Code will be made available...
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    Security Guidance for the Busy Developer

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    I've been having common feedback from Developers recently with regards Security guidance - "Tell me what I need to know". Now this is almost an impossible task, because every case is unique. That said I have gone some way to offering advice and guidance...
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    Have Your Say In Future Microsoft Events!

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    I'd like to thank everyone who attended the UK Security Evening Event on 1st December - When Two Worlds Meet - "Infrastructure Security for Developers", the bits you need to know and "New Security Enhancements in Visual Studio 2005", the How? and Why...
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    Happy New Year!

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    I thought I may as well take the opportunity in my first entry back after Christmas to wish you all a Happy New Year! Paul.
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    Developer Security Website Feedback!

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    Many Thanks to those of you who have posted feedback about the new Developer focused Security website - See previous entry! It was a tough call launching the site when we knew that we had more material to come. The thinking was that we had enough to...
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    New Security Website for Developers

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    Well I have hinted recently that I have been involved in something BIG at Microsoft. Right enough teasing…I am pleased to announce a new Developer focused Security website. Go check it out at the following link: http://www.microsoft.com/uk/msdn/security...
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