Hash is not enough – Add some salt!

They used to exchange password lists. Now they are exchanging hash tables. Do you want to know why? Read here: A salt-free diet is bad for your security

Things are getting very complicated…

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Windows Azure Security Best Practices for Developers

Cloud computing is considered to be safe. But as with everything in technology, a solution is as safe as its weakest link. Bruce Kyle at Microsoft has written a series or articles on Windows Azure security especially for developers. As he explains:

A series of articles about the challenges in designing your software and what you can do in your software to insure access to those who should have access and prevent access those who do not. The intent of this series is to provide a context for you to learn more and empower you to write great applications for the public cloud.

Here are links to the articles:

Hyper-V Survival Guide: everything you want to know on virtualization!

At Technet I found this huge list that seems to be updated frequently with more material.  I copy it also here but it’s better to subscribe to the direct RSS link to get all new additions: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/hyper-v-survival-guide/rss.aspx

Hyper-V: Survival Guide

For organization ideas, and other important links, see:

Microsoft Virtualization Community, because virtualization at Microsoft involves a lot more than Hyper-V.


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