Monday, August 30, 2004

ViewState: All You Wanted to Know

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Friday, August 27, 2004

To get a list of all the procedures created or updated recently, simply run this query in SQL Server

SELECT
ROUTINE_NAME, CREATED, LAST_ALTERED
FROM
INFORMATION_SCHEMA.ROUTINES
WHERE
ROUTINE_TYPE = 'PROCEDURE'
ORDER BY LAST_ALTERED DESC"

One can not create folders of name like NUL, AUX, CON, COM1-4, LPT1-3, and PRN

U cant Create these folders 'coz


NUL, AUX, CON, COM1-4, LPT1-3, and PRN
are reserved words used for Devices

These are specified in IO.SYS. Here is a list:

CLOCK$ - System clock
CON - Console; combination of keyboard and screen to handle input and
output
AUX or COM1 - First serial communicationport
COMn - Second, Third, ... communicationport
LPT1 or PRN - First parallel port
NUL - Dummy port, or the 'null device' which we all know under Linux as
/dev/null.
CONFIG$ - Unknown



con, aux and prn stand for 'console', 'auxiliary' and 'printer' and stand
for output devices."

Thursday, August 26, 2004

Protecting Files with ASP.NET

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Monday, August 16, 2004

Determining the names and ordinal values for exported functions

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Check whether a dll calls a fucntion

It is difficult to determine whether executable content can be trusted. One test is to use the DumpBin tool to determine if the executable code makes calls to certain APIs. DumpBin is included with many Win32 API developer tools.

To use DumpBin to check for calls made
1.
At the command prompt, to determine whether MyISAPI.dll calls RevertToSelf(), type

dumpbin /imports MyISAPI.DLL | find "RevertToSelf"

If no result appear, MyISAPI.dll does not call RevertToSelf() directly. It might call the API through LoadLibrary(), in which case you should search for this.

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