Security Manager

New ASP.NET MVC Helpers for MeadCo ScriptX

Version 2.0.0 of MeadCo ScriptX Helpers for ASP.NET MVC is now available on Nuget and Github. Also available is version 2.0.0 of MeadCo.ScriptXConfigurationHandler, also on Nuget and GitHub. All code is available under the MIT Open Source License. If you don’t know what these helpers are and how they can help then take a look at our quick introduction that uses v1. These are the next two pieces of our ScriptX 8 puzzle. We are working towards this release with…

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MeadCo ScriptX Javascript Library 1.1

Version 1.1.0 of the javascript helper for ScriptX is now available on Nuget. Full source is available on GitHub. The library provides wrappers on common functionality and has proved to be very popular with many developers deploying ScriptX to provide controlled and consistent printing from Internet Explorer on Windows. Version 1.1 has a new implementation of the namespaces MeadCo and MeadCo.ScriptX. The new implementation allows extension of the namespace so that we can provide additional functionality in the future. The implementation…

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Changes to enforcement of Authenticode code signing – SHA-1 Deprecation and browser compatibility

On 1st January 2016 Microsoft Windows will change how it enforces Authenticode code signing as explained fully in the article “Windows Enforcement of Authenticode Code Signing and Timestamping“. We have been code signing all of the component DLLs in ScriptX since long before it became a requirement/recommendation as well as the .cab/.msi file wrapping the installation We will be releasing ScriptX 7.7 before the end of 2015. This release will be signed and time stamped with an SHA-1 certificate and so…

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Invalid HTML parameters specified for the license

This error can occur when deploying a new or updated MeadCo Security Manager license for ScriptX. What it means is there is a mismatch between a parameter given on the Security Manager object and the downloaded license file. Either: The GUID parameter given in the Security Manager object does not match. The revision value in the downloaded license file is less than the revision parameter (for example <param name=”revision” value=”4″ /> and the value in the downloaded license file is “3”.…

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