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Solomon Lukie here, blogging from the Microsoft booth at RSA 2011.
Last month we released a new tool, Attack Surface Analyzer BETA, for use by IT Developers during the verification phase of the SDL and for IT Departments to profile the aggregate attack surface change when deploying applications within their organization.
I’m the owner of the tool and currently at the Microsoft booth giving demonstrations and discussing usage scenarios for Attack Surface Analyzer BETA. The response has been overwhelming so I’ll be hosting a quick intro to the tool and Q&A session in the Microsoft Theatre at noon tomorrow.
If you’re in the exposition hall tomorrow drop past the Microsoft theatre, which is adjacent to the Microsoft booth and if you have your badge scanned you’ll be entered in a raffle for a Microsoft Zune or XBOX 360 Kinect bundle.
Any way of broadcasting it live on livemeeting.com and archiving it for on demand watching so that to broaden audience reach?
Thanks and regards.
Sorry we couldn't get a webcast setup from the RSA showroom, but we are in the process of recording a tools video to join our other SDL tools videos and I'll be doing a MSDN webcast on April 7th at 13:00 PST on Attack Surface Analyzer.
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