Silverlight

Advance Notification Service for the March 2014 Security Bulletin Release

Today we provide advance notification for the release of five bulletins for March 2014, two rated Critical and thee rated Important in severity. These updates address issues in Microsoft Windows, Internet Explorer and Silverlight. The update provided in MS14-012 fully addresses the issue first described in Security Advisory 2934088. While we have seen a limited …

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Do you believe in ghosts?

When I was a kid, I had nightmares every week. I still remember some of them vividly, particularly the ones where ghosts were involved. Not the typical ghosts from the movies, but ones that could not be seen, only heard and felt. Why would I be so frightened and still remember them “vividly” today? Because …

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Collaborating on RIA Security

Microsoft and Adobe frequently work together on security. At this year’s BlueHat, we will come together to share our security research in the area of Rich Internet Applications (RIAs). While we independently place considerable thought and effort into our respective security models, attackers often look for methods in which to combine technologies for an attack. …

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Stainless steel bridge

Hi! Manuel Caballero here. I had the pleasure of penetration testing (pen-testing) the previous versions of Microsoft Silverlight, and now, for the last three weeks, I’ve been playing around with the beta version of Silverlight 3. When I say, “the pleasure”, I really mean it. Playing with Silverlight means to play with a plug-in that, …

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