June, 2005

  • .NET Security Blog

    Viewing IL at Debug Time

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    Last week, I mentioned Yiru’s post on using SOS to see the IL of a dynamically generated method. Yiru’s post is about lightweight code gen, but the technique she shows is useful for more general purpose managed debugging . Let’s work...
  • .NET Security Blog

    A New Machine

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    About 2 weeks ago my main office machine died, taking with it all of my current work, and my blog post information. Getting the replacement to my office, setup, and running has been, well, a somewhat interesting saga involving lost emails, delayed deliveries...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Configuring the TrustManager

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    I've been working on the CLR side of ClickOnce pretty much from the beginning. In fact, since I started working with it, I can count at least 3 major design revisions and countless minor tweaks. I believe that of all the people on the CLR team, I've been...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Console Applications requre UIPermission

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    Starting with beta 2, we’ve made a change around what permissions are required to launch a console application. When I talk about console applications here, I’m talking about applications that specify they should run with the WINDOWS_CUI subsystem (.subsystem...
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