Category Archives: Security

Resolve certificate error for Synology Diskstation part 4 of 4

My Synology NAS allows the use of SSL to encrypt traffic. The default certificate supplied works, but gives an exception in the browser: There is a problem with this websites security certificate. The problem is the address and the certificate … Continue reading

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Resolve certificate error for Synology Diskstation part 3 of 4

My Synology NAS allows the use of SSL to encrypt traffic. The default certificate supplied works, but gives an exception in the browser: There is a problem with this websites security certificate. The problem is the address and the certificate … Continue reading

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Resolve certificate error for Synology Diskstation part 2 of 4

My Synology NAS allows the use of SSL to encrypt traffic. The default certificate supplied works, but gives an exception in the browser: There is a problem with this websites security certificate. The problem is the address and the certificate … Continue reading

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Resolve certificate error for Synology Diskstation part 1 of 4

My Synology NAS allows the use of SSL to encrypt traffic. The default certificate supplied works, but gives an exception in the browser: There is a problem with this websites security certificate. The problem is the address and the certificate … Continue reading

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Hacking Silverlight part 3

This post should be called Hacking WCF as I will show some configuration hacks in WCF. Read part 2 here where I discussed the clientaccesspolicy.xml and crossdomain.xml files. The Csla WcfPortal I discovered in part 1 (here) is my next … Continue reading

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Hacking Silverlight part 2

My trip down hackers lane continues. Read part 1 here where I discovered the Csla WcfPortal is used. Before starting my “attack” I do some recon. Silverlight has a build-in security step that requests the clientaccesspolicy.xml file before allowing a … Continue reading

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Hacking Silverlight

Someone asked me to hack his Silverlight portal. The goal was to test the security and to give some recommondations for future projects. This is part one of my trip down hackers lane. As a Microsoft developer I know Silverlight … Continue reading

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