May, 2006

  • Sajay's Blog

    MGSI Centurion

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    Yesterday we celebrated the 100th recruit. Its a nice feeling to be in the Campus here at Hyderabad and hear quite an inspiring speech by Sanjay Mirchandani. To celebrate this, we got these personalized mugs which are quite cool. Hoping to see this organization...
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    Issuing your own Server Certificates

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    When setting up SSL, IIS requires a server certificate to be present. A simple developer setup would be to install certificate services basically as a stand alone root CA and use it to get your server certificate. You basically set the sever certificate...
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    Security at both Message and Transport Level

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    When using webservices we usually want the messages encrypted and also use SSL. This configuration as of now is not supported out of the box. We could use either tranport or message or a type called TransportWithMessageCredentials. The 3rd type does not...
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    CustomValidators and Chaining of Validators

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    I was looking into custom certificate validators sample and was quite curious on how I could chain the certificate validation and where Martin helped me out with this and this is prietty much how he put it. Here is a validator implementation...
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    WSE Client - WCF service Interop

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    I wanted to put up this sample using the Feb CTP. Basically it uses WSE 3.0 and WCF to demostrate both AnonymousCertificate configuration and MutualCertificate configuration using the service custom binding Configuration and the WSE policy file. The...
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    What happened to MONAD?

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    Where this is what it is now "Windows Power Shell"
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    Validating the Certificate Chain

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    Ususally when tesitng with different certificates we usually need to check if the certificate chain is valid and this snippet came in quite handy in many places. X509Certificate2 cert = FedUtil .LookupCertificate( StoreName .My, StoreLocation .LocalMachine...
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