Everything in the OWASP TOP 10 is covered in this session, including: Injections, Broken Authentication and Session Management, Cross-Site Scripting (XSS), Insecure Direct Object References, Security Misconfiguration, Sensitive Data Exposure, Missing Function Level Access Control, Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF), Using Components with Known Vulnerabilities, Unvalidated Redirects and Forwards.
Breakpoints are a daily part of your debugging experience, so in Visual Studio 2015 we've improved the way you configure breakpoint conditions and actions. In this video we show the conditions and actions that you can set on breakpoints to help debug complex problems more quickly. Then we look at how modifying breakpoint settings improves your productivity.
Azure enables you to develop and test applications faster, at reduced cost, and with the flexibility to deploy in the cloud or on-premises. This video provides an overview of the preconfigured development environments available and the different ways to provision those environments in Azure. In addition we'll take a deeper look at our developer images for MSDN subscribers, which are preconfigured with Visual Studio to decrease the provision and set up time of a development environment even further.
This session will give a comprehensive overview of the security features of Lync. It will explain, how clients know which servers to trust, options for client authentication as well as what we are doing to encrypt communication between endpoints. The content of this session is based on real experiences from such discussions with security departments of several customers. Objectives: 1. describe Lync 2013 security capabilities. 2. determine how to position Lync when discussing with security departments. 3. convince the customer that Lync will meet their security requirements