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The release of the .NET Framework 2.0 promises to be the first major upgrade to Windows and Web development tools since the initial release of .NET in 2001. In the realm of general networking some of the major improvements to the Framework include FTP Ping packet tracing and revised SMTP MIME classes that are not dependent on the Windows SMTP service....

Nowadays it s quite common for us to write server-based applications. These apps differ from desktop applications in many ways - one of the most important of which is how they handle security. For a desktop application security is easy. The application runs in the security context of the user who loaded it. Whatever the user has rights to the desktop...

SQL Injection   By dotnet.sys-con.com
Many applications Web-based applications and forms-based smart client applications typically use data stored in a database. While you may have firewalls and other protections established when running your application your application can still be open to an attacker gaining direct or indirect access to information in your database. The most...

Cryptography: It's for Your Own Good   By dotnet.sys-con.com
Is your data secured Are you confident that the prying eyes of your competitors can t view sensitive information being stored on or transmitted from your applications Are you sure that the data you receive from vendors and partners was actually sent by them...

How can you take advantage of the new security features of ASP.NET 2.0 and how can you extend them for the specific needs of your Web applications...

Microsoft yesterday warned customers who use Microsoft Proxy Server 2.0 or Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration ISA Server 2000 about a vulnerability that could allow Internet content spoofing...

Secure Service-Oriented Architectures   By dotnet.sys-con.com
BizTalk Server 2004 promises to be an invaluable tool for delivering on the promise of service-oriented architectures SOAs the agile enterprise able to respond quickly to ever-changing business requirements. BizTalk is an enterprise application integration product whose reliance on XSD and XML means it is a natural integration tool for an SOA built...

Securing XML in the .NET Framework   By dotnet.sys-con.com
Use of XML has become more and more popular over the past few years. Security is a big concern since the content of an XML file is in plain text and the information is in a human-readable form. The World Wide Web Consortium W3C has developed standards to meet the security requirements of an XML file conforming to common XML paradigms....

End-to-End Application Security   By dotnet.sys-con.com
Last month .NETDJ Vol. 1 issue 12 we demonstrated a simple technique that allows you to avoid storing passwords in clear text making your .NET applications more secure and safer should they somehow be compromised. In this article we want to step back a bit and look at the big picture application security from end to end....

It s a constant battle Just when you think you understand security someone or something reminds you of a whole aspect that you have been ignoring usually at your peril. No matter how much you planned prepared worked and worried about your plan of attack or defensive position the job was literally never done...

In the first article in this series Accessing Enterprise Data from SQL Server CE .NETDJ Vol. 1 issue 6 we constructed a solution that allowed us to provide enterprise data access to mobile devices while in a disconnected environment using Visual Studio .NET 2003 the .NET Compact Framework and SQL Server CE 2.0. Providing mobile users...

Industry analysts have estimated that over 70 of today s security breaches occur at the application level. Many are due to the exploitation of security defects within the code....

Testing Code Access Security   By dotnet.sys-con.com
One of the most serious flaws of COM and API-based software development is that once you allow a component to run on your system it has unrestricted permission to do anything. That s why viruses are such a problem - once they are on your system there is little to protect you from their actions....

Build Security into Your Apps from Birth   By dotnet.sys-con.com
Security must be established from the moment application coding begins for the simple reason that the cost of fixing a security flaw grows astronomically as the application evolves....

Security Options for .NET Web Services   By dotnet.sys-con.com
As the popularity of Web services increases the security of Web service transactions is becoming a major concern. With a plethora of standards bodies and organizations working on different security standards and technologies for faster adoption of Web services it is becoming increasingly difficult for Web services publishers and designers to choose...

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