• njRAT: How can .NET malware be detected and mitigated?

    A Trojan called njRAT has emerged that is written in .NET rather than the traditional C/C++. Expert Nick Lewis explains how to detect and avoid the threat.

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  • Does your organization scan for .Net malware?

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  • Hackers targeting .NET shows the growing pains of open source security

    Researchers say that malware makers have been targeting .NET since Microsoft made the software open source, and experts debate to what extent open source security can be maintained.

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  • Visual Basic faces uncertain future in .NET world

    With Microsoft's .NET Framework and C# language taking hold, the end could finally be in sight for VB.

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  • Cloud Technology Partners adds .NET apps to PaaSLane 2.0

    Cloud Technology Partners' cloud migration tool, PaaSLane, gains the ability to assess .NET apps for cloud readiness in version 2.0.

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  • Visual Basic 6 to Visual Basic .NET Migration: Special Report

    For Visual Basic developers, migration to Visual Basic .NET remains a hot topic. This page provides several resources helpful for developers considering such a migration.

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  • MuleSoft brings Microsoft .NET into Anypoint Platform family

    MuleSoft solutions for Microsoft is an AnyPoint Platform tool set for connecting Microsoft technologies within the cloud-enabled enterprise.

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  • How can I add Windows Control Library into the smart device application wizard?

    I am trying to create a smart device application with Visual Studio .NET. When my "smart device application wizard" pops up under the project type box, I do not have Windows Control Library listed as a particular Web site directs me to select for what I am doing. Can you tell me how to add this...

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  • Integrating messaging in .Net

    Methods for using MQ to increase scalability of applications.

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  • How Microsoft.Net will jumpstart e-commerce

    In a courageous, some say desperate, move recently, Microsoft announced its "vision and road map" to the fast-rising Web services software platform. The new vision is a dramatic change for Microsoft, which pioneered and perhaps perfected the process of upgrading to full-blown versions of software.

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