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Last week we introduced the command line builder to all our Validator tools.
Environment variables can be used to configure the various Validator tools that we provide.
If you write software for any length of time you’ll have seen your software fail in a variety of ways.
When Windows encounters an error condition that might compromise the security of the computer, the program that encounters that condition is terminated as fast as possible.
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.