Thank you to Chris Kinsman and the Seattle .NET Developers Alliance for allowing me to speak on CryptInject and my thoughts on software security last night. It was a wonderful group and I had a great time! For anyone that is looking to read the slides as presented last night, they can be found here.
CryptInject, the project that came out of the Part 1 post from a couple weeks ago has finally gone public on my GitHub account! Not much to say about it, but it’s been something that I’ve been thinking about doing for an incredibly long time and I’m thrilled to finally have something out for people to […]
Have you ever wanted (or needed!) to encrypt a C# object’s children with potentially different keys or different methods? How, then, do you implement inline object encryption in a way that’s essentially transparent to a developer? I’ve been wondering about this issue for 5 years and finally decided to prototype it. This concept has come to fruition in […]