Talk on Common Web Vulnerabilities

I recently gave a talk on common web vulnerabilities with my colleague Scott Kirkland (see a link to his blog on the right) at the 2011 IT Security Symposium at UC Davis.  If you attended the session, hope you enjoyed it!  Otherwise we’ve posted the demo and the slide deck on Github. We covered topics … Continue reading Talk on Common Web Vulnerabilities

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Active Directory Permitted Logon Times with C# .Net 3.5 using System.DirectoryServices.AccountManagement

Recently I was working on a proof of concept for some active directory manipulation.  Using the System.DirectoryServices.AccountManagement was the easiest and best option for managing accounts (as the name implies).  However, the one thing that I really needed was a way to restrict when a particular user would be able to logon. What I discovered … Continue reading Active Directory Permitted Logon Times with C# .Net 3.5 using System.DirectoryServices.AccountManagement

Configuring Team Foundation Server Permissions for Small Groups

Team Foundation Server (TFS) is a pretty good source control and process guidance tool, especially with the release of the latest version TFS 2010.  One benefit is that it allows extremely granular permissions which are great for large enterprise setups, but I work in a small group where everyone needs to have access to everyone’s … Continue reading Configuring Team Foundation Server Permissions for Small Groups