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1: new post   Reports of lilupophilupop SQL Injection Attack On Now
Thousands of ASP and Coldfusion sites with MS-SQL back-ends and are being compromised by a SQL injection attack.
Dec 6, 2011
2: new post   IIS Security Issue - Ability to view encrypted ViewState data
"Microsoft is investigating a new public report of a vulnerability in ASP.NET."
Sept 23, 2010
3: new post   Simple Two-Factor Authentication Using ASP.NET
Using SMS tokens for extra security.
Sept 8, 2010
4: new post   Mass IIS Server (via sql injection) Web Wide Attack Under Way
"There's a large-scale attack underway that is targeting Web servers running Microsoft's IIS software, injecting the sites with a specific malicious script. "
June 11, 2010
5: new post   No New IIS Or Microsoft SQL Server Vulnerabilities, Despite Claims
"Microsoft has denied any blame for a rash of web server attacks that have affected half a million web pages."
Apr 29, 2008
6: new post   Microsoft Releases Test Of Energy-Saving Server Program
"The software, called Hyper-V, is available for customers to download..."
Dec 15, 2007
7: new post   Technical Challenges in IIS
"Potential bug/feature in IIS may allow creation of new duplicate URLs. How can this duplicate content be avoided?"
Aug 7, 2007
8: new post   ASP.NET Pros and Cons
"What I've seen so far has impressed me 'visually' and 'functionally', but I'm not too certain I'll take the .NET route again."
Feb 28, 2007
9: new post   How To Create Dynamic Sub-domains in Windows IIS
"Do you have a web site that is hosted on a Windows Server that has been growing and now it makes more sense to redefine the architecture and separate that web site into subdomains?"
Dec 21, 2006
10: new post   Microsoft launches open source development site: CodePlex
"Microsoft has officially launched its open source developer website to promote the use of its software engineering technology among the development community."
June 27, 2006
11: new post   Benefits of Going .NET
Nice discussion on the pro's of dot net.
May 15, 2005
12: new post   ASP v PHP - A General Discussion
A lively discussion on two paths of coding available.
Apr 20, 2005
13: new post   XP Service Pack 2 Hits the Streets
Aug 27, 2004
14: new post   .NET Fear and Opportunity
"... they were looking to deploy .Net but more than three-quarters (76 per cent) said their plans are being hampered by a lack of relevant expertise."
June 29, 2004
15: new post   Internationalizing Your Applications
Bullet point list to keep in mind when converting or creating apps that are to be used worldwide.
Mar 27, 2004
16: new post   How to find out what you can know about a server
Feb 18, 2004
17: new post   FULL ROOT : Major Microsoft Patch
"This is one of the most serious Microsoft vulnerabilities ever released,"
Feb 11, 2004
18: new post   Server Security Checklist
From the Microsoft forum: We all know there is no magic bullet to secure a server, but here is a very nice checklist.
Feb 10, 2004
19: new post   How to secure my server from hackers?
Advice on how to secure a web server from hackers, ranging from policies to firewalls.
Jan 23, 2004
20: new post   The .NET bug, fixed, and howto lists
A list of all the .NET BUG, FIXED, and HOWTO articles from the Microsoft web site.
Dec 2, 2003
21: new post   Microsoft Issues Critical Update Patch from 9x to WinXp
A flaw exists in all versions of windows from Win 98 to WinXP that could allow root level access.
Mar 19, 2003
22: new post   Project : Visual Basic Google API Rank Checker Program
Member project with instructions for VB programming of a Google API rank checker.
Sept 30, 2002
23: new post   New Forum: .NET Framework and Related Technologies
Microsoft has committed vast resources to it´s .NET initiative. Although still in it´s infancy stage, it is clear that the technology is going to grow by multitudes. We are blessed in the moderator department with not only a reworld .net related programmer, but a .net course instructor as well.
May 29, 2002
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