March, 2007

  • .NET Security Blog

    Manifests for IE Hosted Controls

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    Earlier this week,I talked about the Orcas feature where controls can declaratively request permissions in a similar way to ClickOnce applications. In fact, the manifests used for this request are the same manifests used for ClickOnce applications, with...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Tying your IE Hosted Control to a Manifest

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    Last week, I talked about the Orcas feature which allows you to provide a manifest to elevate your control's permissions declaratively . We also saw how to generate manifests that would state what permissions your control needs (and the rules associated...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Using the MMC Snap-In to Configure 64 Bit CAS Policy

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    The .NET Framework SDK ships with a MMC Snap-In which enables you to, among other things, avoid using caspol to modify your local security policy. Since each runtime installed on your machine has independent security policy , the MMC Snap-In will only...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Specifying Permissions for IE Controls in Orcas

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    One of my most read blog posts (and one of the reasons I created this blog in the first place -- to answer what was one of the most asked questions on the old .NET Security newsgroup), is my post about granting managed controls hosted in IE extra permissions...
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