Microsoft is banning certain cryptographic functions from new computer code, citing increasingly sophisticated attacks that make them less secure, according to a company executive. The Redmond, Wash., software company instituted a new policy for all developers that bans functions using the DES, MD4, MD5 and, in some cases, the SHA1 encryption algorithm, which is becoming "creaky at the edges," said Michael Howard, senior security program manager at the company, Howard said. Original News: Microsoft ......
I happen to attend the Microsoft seminar for ISV Community partners on Data handling using VS 2005. Though mostly dry seminar, ObjectBinding is one thing which caught my eye and certainly looking forward for this feature. The speakers Rajiv Sodhi and Deepak Gulati tried their best to keep people awake with their witty humor, certainly post lunch session was sleepy and I had to take more caffeine to keep me awake. Overall, the seminar was pretty much a marketing from Microsoft to sell Visual Studio, ......
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