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  • Blog Post: Using SecAnnotate to Analyze Your Assemblies for Transparency Violations – An Example

    SecAnnotate (available in the final .NET 4 SDK, and in beta form here ) can be used to analyze your assemblies, especially APTCA assemblies in order to find transparency violations without needing code coverage from a test case. Instead, the static analysis provided by SecAnnotate is valuable in ensuring...
  • Blog Post: SecAnnotate Beta

    One of the design goals of the security transparency system in the CLR is that it should be as static as possible and not rely on dynamic state (such as the call stack) to function. A fallout of this is that we can write tools to analyze assemblies and find transparency violations in the assembly without...
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