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  • Blog Post: How Do I: Configure Runtime Version

    Syed Aslam Basha here from the Information Security Tools Team. At times I need to test application with different versions of .NET. We can configure application config file and make the application to use the .NET version specified in the config file. For example, suppose we have application built...
  • Blog Post: Features of Web Protection Library v1.0

    Syed Aslam Basha here from the Information Security Tools team. WPL v1.0 has got the following features: AntiXSS library (It has got deprecated methods of AntiXSS) Encoder Library (It has got AntiXSS methods provided in the new namespace) Security runtime engine (SRE) configuration editor...
  • Blog Post: How To: Configure your application to use WPL – SRE modules

    Syed Aslam Basha here from the Information Security Tools team. In order to use security runtime engine (SRE) in your application, you need to configure web.config. Currently SRE has got two modules, cross-site scripting protection module and SQL injection partial protection module. Launch security...
  • Blog Post: New Security Tools - CTP Releases!

    Syed Aslam Basha here from the Information Security Tools team. CAT.NET v2.0 CTP – CAT.NET is totally revamped and it uses phoenix compiler infrastructure. Currently, the CAT.NET v2.0 CTP has: · New core data flow analysis engine based on Phoenix · New configuration rules...
  • Blog Post: AntiXSS v3.1 new features

    Syed Aslam Basha here from the Information Security Tools team. In AntiXSS library, two new methods AntiXss.GetSafeHtml and AntiXss.GetSafeHtmlFragment have been added, useful to sanitize the HTML input. These methods are useful in scenarios where the user enters HTML input and likes to store or display...
  • Blog Post: How to: Publish a website using command prompt

    Syed Aslam Basha here from the Information Security Tools team. To test the tools which we develop on the team, at times I need to build a website and publish it. I use a simple way of publishing websites from the command line that saves me LOT of time so thought I would share it. Launch notepad...
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