by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2006/07/16 11:40 -04:00, original URI: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/michkap/archive/2006/07/16/667468.aspx
So it was a little under a year ago that I posted about the Mitigation tools for IDN security problems, and it was about a month ago that I posted an apology about the fact that I had not noticed the lack of 64-bit support, and the lack of a redistributable piece so that developers could get the best use out of the package....
Well, I happy to report that the update is live, and the Microsoft Internationalized Domain Names (IDN) Mitigation APIs 1.1 download is available.
Not only does it have a redist package for developers, but the package comes in three flavors (amd64, ia64, and x86).
I can't claim any off it was specifically due to what I posted (I believe the IE team wanted some changes made to the packages to support their downlevel use of the DLL for IE7), but it is about the solutions, now about how we got there with them.... :-)
As Scott Hanselman noted in his review of IE7 Beta 3, the support in IE that makes use of this package is phenomenal. Which means that any ISV who is using the package has a chance to have a phenomenal implementation, too.
I doubt there is any better advertisment for the requirement here than that!
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Rosyna on 16 Jul 2006 9:47 PM:
Dean Harding on 17 Jul 2006 2:15 AM:
Rosyna on 17 Jul 2006 4:02 AM:
Rosyna on 17 Jul 2006 4:06 AM:
2006/07/28 The download you requested is unavailable.
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