Digital Blackbelt: Defend your code from attacks


Microsoft bietet eine Webcast Serie zum Thema Code-Sicherheit an…



“How would your code stand up to an attack? If you are not sure, join us for the Digital Blackbelt webcast series as Developer Community Champion Joe Stagner discusses security risks, vulnerabilities, and solutions from the software developer’s perspective. We will provide real-life examples and security tips and tricks that can help you gain the knowledge and techniques to become an experienced “blackbelt” in writing secure code.”



Die nächsten Digital Blackbelt Webcast:


MSDN Webcast: Digital Blackbelt Series: The Software Security Crisis: Selling Management on the Need to Invest in Secure Software Development (Level 100)
Friday, February 4, 2005
11:00 A.M.–12:00 P.M. Pacific Time, United States and Canada (UTC-8)


MSDN Webcast: Digital Blackbelt Series: Building an Intentionally Secure Development Process (Level 200)
Friday, February 18, 2005
11:00 A.M.–12:00 P.M. Pacific Time, United States and Canada (UTC-8)


MSDN Webcast: Digital Blackbelt Series: Developer Security Principals and Guidelines (Level 200)
Friday, March 4, 2005
11:00 A.M.–12:00 P.M. Pacific Time, United States and Canada (UTC-8)


MSDN Webcast: Digital Blackbelt Series: Protecting Secret Data (Connection Strings, Passwords, etc.) (Level 200)
Friday, March 18, 2005
11:00 A.M.–12:00 P.M. Pacific Time, United States and Canada (UTC-8)


Quelle: http://www.microsoft.com/seminar/events/series/digitalblackbelt.mspx

go, Mini, go! Part 2


nun sind es nichtmal mehr 60km bis zu meiner Haustüre…



…etwa 608km ist er schon gereist der Kleine.


Interessanterweise ergibt sich eine Durchschnittsgeschwindigkeit von knapp 100 km/h (98,3km/h) von Eindhoven bis Ichtershausen. Es ist also anzunehmen das ein Kleintransporter verwendet worden ist und kein LKW.



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neue Auflagen für Microsoft von der EU gefordert: nehmt die Kommandozeile raus!

aus sicherer Quelle muss man lesen:


“This is why Microsoft should offer a version of Windows free of its anti-competitive command line interpreter, or ‘DOS box’ if you will. It’s mere existence is anathema to a free market that would infuse widespread adoption of the C and Bourne shell, not to mention Rexx and others.


So ist es! – Die EU sollte Microsoft auferlegen eine Windows Version ohne Kommandozeile aka “DOS-Box” auszuliefern. – Denn die bei jedem Windows mitgelieferte Kommandozeile führt dazu, dass die wenigsten eine C/Bourne/Bash-Shell installieren!


Quelle: sichere Quelle

good news everyone: VisualStudio 2005 löst embedded Visual C ab…

Das sind gute Neuigkeiten: Mich selbst hat nämlich die Notwendigkeit der eVC Installation ziemlich angebrochen… aber bald ist man dieses Problem los:


“VS2005 will support both Managed (VB,C#) and Native Development (C++) for devices. We support Windows Mobile 2003 and 2003 Second Edition for Pocket PC and Smartphone out of the box and also support development and debugging on CE 5.0 based devices. For customers developing with on previous CE platforms such as 4.1 or 4.2, eVC will continue to remain the recommended development platform.”


Quelle: blogs.msdn