MSDN Canada Chat: Developing Secure Web Applications

Recently I did a talk on Creating a pentration test for Web Applications and Mobile Applications at the West Coast Security Forum in Vancouver, B.C Canada on November 22, 2004.  I was very honoured to have received the Best Presenter Award voted by the delegates. To follow-up on this talk as well as other security…


MSDN Canada DeepDive Connected System–Edmonton Nov 10, 2004 Calgary Nov 16, 2004

As promised, here’s a list of resources I mentioned during my Connected Systems MSDN Deep Dive presentation and should help get you started… Web Services, Web Services Architecture Connected Systems .NET Show Episode – Fantastic episode featuring Don Box, Doug Purdy, Eric Schmidt and Richard Turner. Intro to Web Services Architecture Web Services Architecture &…


ASP.Net Security Series (Part 1 of 3)

There are two components to a secure Web application: an administrative component and a programmatic component Administrative component includes keeping IIS up-to-date with service packs and security updates, hardening routers, making sure firewalls are properly configured, etc.   The programmatic component involves writing secure code. Most developers today don’t know they’re writing insecure code.  Therefore,…


Attend the MSDN Canada Security event in a city near you. You’ll get information on ASP.NET and Developing Secure Code.

See AM Sessions: Session 1: Essentials of Application SecuritySession 2: Writing Secure Code I PM Sessions: Session 1: ASP.NET: Designing and Developing a Line-of-Business WebSession 2: ASP.NET: Best Practices and Techniques for Building Secure ASP.NET Applications Available in the following cities: Halifax, NS 04/08/2004 Quebec City, QC 04/07/2004 Montreal, QC 03/31/2004 Richmond, BC 03/25/2004…


Two Premier Developer Conferences Comes to Canada

I would like to tell you about an exciting professional development opportunity that is coming to Canada. Now in a new location, VSLive! and MDC comes to Toronto, May 4-7 with over 100 hours of how-to sessions and workshops on developing better and faster with Visual Studio .NET. What will be covered at the event?…


ASP.Net Security

The following link is highly recommended before developing any ASP.Net applications.