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We’ve had a few inquiries from worried customers as to whether we use log4j and what our mitigation plan is if we do.
You’ve been given a program to debug. You’ve got the EXE and DLLs, and you’ve got the PDB files, so you can tell when the […]
In this blog post, I’m going to give you an example of running .Net unit tests with NUnit and Coverage Validator. It’s the same process […]
In this blog post, I’m going to give you an example of running .Net Core unit tests with VS Test (formerly MS Test) and Coverage […]
This article was written by myself in 2000/2001 and was originally hosted on a different website that no longer exists. I have updated this with […]
If you are reading this web page it is most likely because you have just tried to inject into a running process and the injection failed. You’ve probably just viewed an information dialog similar to the one shown below.
We first know when someone has a memory fragmentation problem when we receive an email that goes something like this:
Software development is an intellectual challenge. Sometimes the process is interrupted by software failures and/or crashes.
For most uses of GetProcAddress(), the address returned will be an address inside the DLL that you’re using to look up the function. But sometimes, […]
There are some changes coming to Thread Validator. I’m going to describe the various changes and the reasons behind them. Name Change The first one […]