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Great slide deck. It would have been great to have the talk track though. But at least I found out where my Delicious widget is in IE 10 on Windows 8.

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A nice rundown on OpenID Connect. I need to get the actual protocol (which has JSON stuff in base64) and figure out how this really works. I also need to figure out how Mozilla Persona works at the same time.

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A nice rundown on OpenID Connect. I need to get the actual protocol (which has JSON stuff in base64) and figure out how this really works. I also need to figure out how Mozilla Persona works at the same time.

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This is a bit of a ramble through the case of NuGet downloads and how to establish their trustworthy source, all the way back to the contributor/author. This is not unique to NuGet and Haack provides some questions that apply to any packaged-download system. He's not thrilled about package signing. I'm not so sure that self-certificating solves the problem, because of the need to have attestations from somewhere trustworthiness of the signing party and how the provenance to the adopter is preserved.

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This is the ASF CMS use of Markdown. It uses a python markdown processor and regular expression processor. The use of markdown for extensions and formatting is interesting. It is not compatible with the extensions used for literate-programming in F# but there are many interesting ideas here. Perhaps the most interesting is this is a source of a working markdown processor that I can fuss with using Python.

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I don't think this is anything that fits the Visual Studio Express and free tools model, but it is something I should at least have a marker about.

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This is a site for on-line creation of patent-disclosure sort of information. Anyone can submit a defensive publication. Registration required.

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An important collection to be paid attention to.

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This points out that the use of AES-CBC with authentication of the plaintext with HMAC-SHA1 (before padding) is vulnerable to timing attacks and a costly chosen-ciphertext gambit. This should also work against the AES-CBC with an AES-based MAC done prior to encryption. I agree that the AES-GCM approach is far preferable, since authentication is on the ciphertext. The other recommendations all apply considering timing stability, etc.

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Rather short and of course very MS specific. But something to have a marker on, and this is it.

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