- IPsec overview
- Nmap - Free Stealth Port Scanner For Network Exploration & Security Audits. Runs on Linux/Windows/UNIX/Solaris/FreeBSD/OpenBSD
- WinPcap - The Windows packet capture library (used by Nmap)
- Windows Server 2003 Security Guide - Member server group policy and server roles including domain controllers, file, print and IIS servers.
- Threats and Countermeasures Guide - Chapter 11 contains IPsec tutorial.
- Sample netsh script to configure IPsec on Windows Server 2003
Here are links to resources mentioned in my presentation to the Adelaide SQL Server User Group (18th August).
I've been working on a program that needs to enumerate all the Control Panel applets in Windows, and ideally get the proper display name (rather than the .cpl filename). You can do this for a specific applet by using the DllImport Attribute to access the CPlApplet function that every applet implements: My problem is that I needed to call this function for all applets (including non-Microsoft ones). .NET allows you to do dynamic P/Invoke code, but the only post I found in Google was from someone who was unable to get it to work. After using ildasm.exe to study what IL was generated by the static version, I noticed that the once major difference was that the dynamic version lacked the "preservesig" statement. The way to add this in is to use a custom attribute - you can't do it via a parameter for any of the methods. The final version in VB.NET is based on the sample code from http://www.thecodeproject.com/csharp/dynamicinvokedll.asp
Rellie's raison d’être Narelle has started her own blog!
SourceForge.net: Project Info - NUnitAsp Code Generator: "A tool to generate source code test classes for NUnitAsp from web pages (via a URL) or by analysing .aspx pages" The source code is now in its own SF project!
Last Thursday I was out visiting the e-business team at Mawson Lakes campus. I was showing them how to use NUnit and NUnitAsp for automated unit testing. As I was setting up a test for NUnitAsp, I noticed how repetitive it was to:
- Browse the web page
- Find the control
- View the source to see the control's id.
- Add a variable declaration to the test class.
- Add a variable assignment/initialise to the SetUp method for the variable
- Back to step 2