Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Developing LUA (with Least Privilege)

Following the talks of Aaron Margosis and others there have been more posts on this topic. I want to assemble some links here.

The NonAdmin blog has added links and information over the past few months.

There are some new tools on its list with comments pointing to others:

Their Known Problems pages links to articles listing programs that fail to function correctly running under a limited privilege user account. One, Running As Non-Admin by Brad Wilson describes his experiences with a number of programs in 2003,4.

Other links from Non-Admin:
Developing as non-Admin with VS.NET 2003 by Anil John

Some MSDN articles on the theme of secure development:

How To: Secure Your Developer Workstation

Reasons to do so:
http://blogs.msdn.com/nigelwa/ (linked from "The Roarty Blog")

Also a post at Roarty's blog regarding Fiddler, which has now gotten to version 1.0:
Fiddler is an awesome tool and I thought I knew my way around it.... wrong.
A second great article on how to use it has just been put up on MSDN. Read them here:
Part 1 & Part 2. Fiddler's author, Eric Lawrence, blogs about it on the IEBlog


Blogger Allan Wolff said...

Came on another post, this one old, about developing LUA. Patrick Hynds says "Don Kiely has something to say" which links to an interview at DotNetRocks.

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