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August, 2005

  • Peter Torr's Blog

    Blindly trusting detection tools

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    Imagine I have a house cleaner that comes in once a week to clean the house. After a while I start to notice that my house smells "fishy", but my house cleaner has just the ticket -- the all-new FishBeGone (TM) cleaner & fragrance that gets rid of...
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    What is Microsoft doing for security?

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    A recent comment on the IE Blog made it pretty apparent that not everybody is aware of Microsoft's efforts around security. Michael Howard has mentioned the Security Developme n t Lifecyle before, but in case you don't want to read the entire document...
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    HELLO? CAN YOU HEAR ME?!?

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    As most of my friends know, I'm a pretty jumpy person. And, of course, most of those same friends like to exploit that fact for their own amusement from time to time (thanks to J e f f for almost running me over the other day). The fact that I lose 5...
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    Presentation Tips

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    Recently Eric Lippert wrote about some presentation tips . I started to write a comment, but (as usual) the comment got so long that I decided to make it a post instead. You should read his first though. My additional tips: Turn up early to...
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    IE Blog

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    For those of you who haven't already heard, the IE team has a blog and recently they've started to talk about some of the cool features to be found in IE 7 Beta 1 (or planned for RTM). I've been working pretty closely with the IE team for some time...
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    The Evil Problem

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    Over on the IE Blog, a commenter made a very good point -- why is it that IE flags scripts as “potentially bad”? That’s very confusing to the average user, and they have no way of knowing whether or not the script really is bad or not (and therefore whether...
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