Monthly Archives: June 2009

Windows 7 UAC security thoughts

I read today, that Windows 7 UAC is vulnerable to an escalation attack (see here). To sum this up in a few words, Windows 7’s UAC is basically Windows Vista’s UAC, but Microsoft tried to make it easier on the … Continue reading

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FxCop & StyleCop

What is FxCop ? From the MSDN, FxCop is an IL code analyzer. It will analyze assemblies and check for rules violations according to the .NET Design Guidelines. You can download it (v-1.36) from here. It is quite handy, even though … Continue reading

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HADOPI – The comeback

HADOPI is a new French law proposition which proposes to create a new institution in charge of protecting the copyrights on music and movies (mostly, they don’t really care about any other copy rights like software but heh, not everyone … Continue reading

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French Internet Provider sucks

In France, to be connected to the internet, you sometimes have to wait for 3 straight months, without any information whatsoever, to get your line connected. Wait, it can get better if you’re lucky 😀 Take me ! I was … Continue reading

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