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Cybersecurity: For Better or For Worse?

On Episode 61 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with security expert Adriel Desautels, founder and CEO of Netragard, about whether cybersecurity is getting better or worse.

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AOMEI Free PE Builder

AOMEI has just released another fantastic free utility for Windows operating system. AOMEI PE Builder is a handy tool to create bootable media based on Windows PE without having to install Windows Automated Installation Kit (WAIK). The bootable media can then be used to manage hard drives, backup data in the event of system failure or fix Windows issues. Since PE builder is based on Windows PE, it includes the familiar taskbar, start menu and Windows explorer. The PE Builder has been packed with Partition Assistant Standard and AOMEI Backupper Standard software, meaning you can use the bootable CD/USB to manage your hard drive and backup your data without booting into Windows operating system. In other words, if your PC is not bootable, you can use …

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Guide Install Xcode 6 on Windows 7 or Windows 8, 8.1, For Testing Purpose

With the release of Xcode 6 by Apple, I’m sure most of us would be loving to install and test it on testing environment. How about installing Xcode 6 on Windows PC? There is no way available to install it on Windows directly since it doesn’t support Windows OS platform. This guide shows you how to install Xcode 6 on Windows 7 or Windows 8,8.1 with virtual machine using VMware workstation. So, you must have a working Mac OS X virtual machine already on your Windows computer to use this method. Xcode 6 introduces new way of designing and building Mac OS and iOS applications with innovative programming language Swift. As of now, only registered Apple App developers can download the latest release. Xcode 6 can coexist with earlier Xcode 5 version, so…

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Guide Install Xcode 6 on Windows 7 or Windows 8, 8.1, For Testing Purpose

Bypassing Windows 8.1 Mitigations using Unsafe COM Objects

In October last year I was awarded the first $100,000 bounty for a Mitigation Bypass in Microsoft Windows. My original plan was to not discuss it in any depth until Microsoft had come up with a sufficient changes to reduce the impact of the bypass. However as other researchers have basically come up with variants of the same technique, some of which are publicly disclosed with proof-of-concept code it seemed silly to not discuss my winning entry. So what follows is some technical detail about the bypass itself. I am not usually known for finding memory corruption vulnerabilities, mainly because I don’t go looking for them. Still I know my way around and so I knew the challenges I would face trying to come …

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Bypassing Windows 8.1 Mitigations using Unsafe COM Objects

“VB Universal Windows App” series

This past week Lucian Wischik, who is great presenter if you ever get the chance to see him at a conference, released an awesome series on creating Universal Apps with one of my favorite programming languages, the Rodney Dangerfield of languages, Visual Basic.NET. No, lets not start a language comment war, please Here are download links for the “VB Universal Windows App” series: … Recently in April 2014, Microsoft announced Universal Windows Apps. I thought I’d take an old Silverlight paddle game and turn it into a VB Universal Windows App. Here’s how the finished game looks, on devices and in the stores: What is a Universal Windows App? A “universal Windows app” is a great end-user experience. It means the user of your app can buy …

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“VB Universal Windows App” series

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