Teaching Firefox to use a CAC

Some of the sites I use require a CAC smart card to establish SSL access. (Forge.mil is an example of this.) Chrome and IE (shudder) are both smart enough to use a smart card for certificates out of the box on Windows. Unfortunately, Firefox doesn’t seem to be set up to do it without some […]

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Setting start up position for Windows RDP Windows

I have an annoying situation where I create RDP windows and they seem to always start the same (but wrong) size. For example, one of my sessions starts “maximized” but only 1280×1024 sized so it ends up having scrollbars inside my 1920×1200 monitor. I then have to de-maximize it, move the window somewhere, and drag […]

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Using CAT.NET security scanner on your .NET web application

Inspecting source code for security vulnerabilities is an important part in any secure development process. While this can be done manually, it’s much easier to start with a static analysis tool that can scan code for known vulnerabilities. Statistics out there claim anywhere from 30-50% of coding vulnerabilities can be found with a code scanner. For .NET […]

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Running a free copy of SecureCI in the Amazon cloud

Coveros has been offering downloadable copies of our integrated SecureCI™ platform as a VMware™ virtual machine image for quite a while now. SecureCI is an integrated stack of tools that provides version control, wiki, project/issue management, and code analysis to enable the development of high quality, secure applications. For more information about the history of SecureCI, read Gene […]

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