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Microsoft .NET and Security Provided by High-Level Internet Protocols

@inproceedings{Melnik2005MicrosoftA,
  title={Microsoft .NET and Security Provided by High-Level Internet Protocols},
  author={Tatiana I. Melnik and Zornitza Genova Prodanoff},
  booktitle={PDPTA},
  year={2005}
}
This paper describes a class of insecure .NET client applications, which avoid higher layer protocol protection through using a raw sockets API. The .NET Framework rests on many introduced by Microsoft operating systems components, including the Windows Driver Model (WDM). The basic model supports four driver types, the two most relevant of which were considered in this paper: protocol and miniport drivers. By compiling and executing client applications using the "raw" sockets interface, we… 

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