Category Archives: Information Security

Automating Code Review Tools – CAT.NET – Part II

The other day in Part I of this series I said I was going to write up some more articles about automating code review tools in your build process. Today I spent some time looking over CAT.NET and figuring out … Continue reading

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Automating Code Review Tools – Part I

The Connected Information Security Group blog at Microsoft recently published a couple of articles (part 1, part 2) about a tool recently released called CAT.NET. This is a static code analysis tool which reads a compiled programs code and looks … Continue reading

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OpenID Alternative to Multiple Passwords

A few days ago I wrote about some of the software I use for personal password management. Today I’d like to write about a movement that could very well replace the need for all those passwords. I’m talking about identity … Continue reading

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Personal Password Management

As a web technology person, I sign up for a lot of online accounts. Everything from personal photo sites to online banking, security wikis to open source projects. Recently I decided my password security was not the best because I … Continue reading

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