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More articles by Yevgeny Menaker

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Yevgeny Menaker is an author, Senior Software Engineer, and consultant. Yevgeny currently works for PortAuthority Technologies (former known as Vidius), developing security products for content analysis and preventing the leakage of sensitive information through electronic mail and other channels.
For C++ Zone | August 9, 2005
Using Custom Print Processors is one of the many ways to take control of the printing process. Find out how to use this user-mode DLL and C/C++ to enforce security policies, add missing printing functionality, or alter print jobs.
For Security Zone | July 15, 2004
Most people take the easy way out and use the default filter in order to validate passwords. But did you know you can employ authentication modules to customize your password policies to reflect your organization's unique security requirements? Find out how in this article.
For C++ Zone | July 30, 2003
There are plenty of handy things you can do if you have programmatic access to the permissions set in the NT File System. Learn to employ C++ and Win32 APIs to query the Access Control Lists that hold security settings for files or folders and use that information however you like.
For CoDe Magazine | December 16, 2002
In ''PerlNET: An Introduction,'' we introduced you to the new PerlNET technology that allows you to create .NET-compliant applications and components with Perl. In this article we'll show you how to author advanced .NET applications in Perl. We'll use ADO.NET classes to incorporate database access into PerlNET programs, then we'll explain and demonstrate working in connected and disconnected modes. PerlASPX adds Perl to the family of ASP.NET languages and makes it possible to develop ASP.NET Web applications in Perl. We'll explain how to create ASP.NET Web Forms and ASP.NET Web services.
For C++ Zone | November 7, 2002
Windows services are convenient for running background apps and for performing tasks that don't require user interaction. And C (not C++) is the best choice for learning the basics of these console applications. Build and implement a simple service to query the amount of available physical memory and write the result to a text file. Then use what you've learned to write your own Windows services.
For .NET Zone | October 21, 2002
Learn how CPAN Perl modules can be made automatically available to the .NET framework. The technique involves providing small PerlNET mediators between Perl and .NET and knowing when, where, and how to modify.
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