Interesting security vulnerabilities around the world

I think in general it’s very interesting taking a look at the vulnerabilties list on http://www.securityfocus.com/bid. Just great, you even can filter by vendor. Some other interesting vulnerabilities: If you work with PHP you should know these: http://archives.neohapsis.com/archives/bugtraq/2004-12/0173.html Acrobat Reader vulnerabilities: http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,1759,1741481,00.asp Seventeen vulnerabilities patched, but it’s not for Windows: http://blogs.zdnet.com/Ou/index.php?p=18 Just my 2 cents…

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Code Hacking…

As I did a code hacking demo on one of our events hacking an application through a SQL Injection attack and getting control of the whole machine through xp_cmdshell and netcat I have got many questions about the tools and how-tos from customers for security penetration tests (although doing this test alone is definitely not…

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Remote Debugging with Source Control on IIS 6.0

As last week I got a question about how we can configure remote debugging on a Windows Server 2003 running with IIS 6.0 together with source control if Visual SourceSafe cannot work together with FrontPage Server extensions I thought… just try it.   Simply let’s start with the first point: how can we perform remote…

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Two Road Shows at the same time…

A long time ago when I wrote my last blog entry, but I am still very busy. Actually we Alex and I are on-the-road again. In my case I am doing two road shows at the same time… Big>Days 2004 developer track and ASP.NET for Web Developers. On the Big>Days I am doing the developer…

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Star Wars goes Windows XP / Server 2003 and AMD64

I only can say – as an old Star Wars fan – it’s just great: rendering for Episode III – Revenge of the Sith will happen on Windows XP and AMD64. Just click here (another German announcement here) to get the info :-)) Some other infos about Star Wars Episode III:http://www.starwars.com/episode-iii/http://www.killermovies.com/s/starwarsepisodeiii/http://movies.go.com/movies/S/starwarsepisodeiii_2000/

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My favourite tools and controls – a list of links

As Windows XP SP2 has released a have taken the chance to update my machines not just with the service pack but also install some other tools I have found while searching the internet as well as reading an article of one of the last MSDN mags. Some of my favourite tools and controls are…

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Powered by Windows Server 2003…

Well this week I returned from my vacation – completely relaxed and ready for new things. During my vacation (last week) I had time to browse a little bit through the web and found this: linuxworld_expo_site_powered_by_windows_server_2003.html Just klick on the link above … quite funny 🙂

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.NET Framework ServicePacks

Microsoft published the technology preview versions of the newest service packs for the .NET Framework a few weeks ago, .NET Framework 1.0 SP3 as well as .NET Framework 1.1 SP1. This gives anyone the possibility for starting testing applications with the new SP versions (although of course I’d not suggest installing on production environments:-)). The previews…

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ControlDesigner – Accessing Web.Config at Design Time

TechEd Europe is quite cool till now. Some interesting sessions (especially things about Team System and Web Services) and – if you have read one of my older blog entries – I am at the ask the experts getting some interesting questions from attendees. Well, one of the more interesing questions I got was how…

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Add-Ins and Scripting in your own .NET app – but secure

Many applications have the need of being extensible either through an add-in or a scripting mechanism. Technically both can be implemented very easy using the .NET framework at all: ·  Supporting add-ins often means nothing else than supplying an interface that have to be implemented by an add-in and loading the add-in at runtime through…

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