[Owasp-turkey] 2007 BackHat Vegas

Izzet Kerem Kusmezer keremskusmezer at gmail.com
Wed Feb 6 03:57:44 EST 2008

Merhabalar Arkadaslar,

.Net Frameworkun butun source kodunu tek seferde indirmeniz ,
ayni zamanda offline olarak debug yapabilmeniz,
ayrica kodu vs2005'te debug edebilmeniz icin asagidaki uygulamayi

Grab your copy from

It allows batch download, offline debugging and debug under 2005 for MS
Permissive Licence Code.

NET Mass Downloader
Welcome to the .NET Mass Downloader project. While it's great that Microsoft
has released the .NET Reference Source Code, you can only get it one file at
a time while you're debugging. If you'd like to batch download it for
reading or to populate the cache, you'd have to write a program that
instantiated and called each method in the Framework Class Library.
Fortunately, .NET Mass Downloader comes to the rescue!

Using .NET Mass Downloader
Open a command or PowerShell prompt and navigate to where you extracted the
current release. The tool itself is NetMassDownloader.exe and when run
without parameters shows the following help screen:

.Net Mass Downloader - (c) 2008 by Kerem Kusmezer, John Robbins

Batch download the Microsoft .NET Reference Source code.

Usage: NetMassDownloader [-file <file>]
                         [-directory <directory]
                         [-output <directory>]
                         [-vsver <version>]
                         [-force] [-nologo] [-verbose] [-?]

    -file      - Download an individual file's PDB and source code. You can
                 specify multiple file parameters. (Short -f).
    -directory - Download all the found PDB and source code for all files in
                 the specified directory. You can specify multiple
                 directory parameters (Short -d).
    -output    - The output directory for PDB and source files. The default
                 directory is the cache directory set in Visual Studio 2008.
                 By using the cache directory, you'll have the PDB and
                 files available to Visual Studio 2008. However, to use the
                 .NET Reference Source Code with VS 2005, use the -output
                 switch and in the Options dialog, Debugging, Symbols
                 page, add the specified output directory to the "Symbol
                 (.pdb) locations." Also, add the directory to the Solution
                 Properties, Common Properties, Debug Source Files,
                 containing source code location. The Visual Studio 2005
                 debugger will automatically load the source code. (Short
    -vsver     - The Visual Studio version number to use for finding the
                 directory. The default is Visual Studio 2008,
                 but if you want to use the cache directory for Visual
                 2005, you would pass '-vsver 8.0' (without quotes) (Short
    -force     - If specified, forces the downloading the PDB files into the
                 symbol server. When downloading to a symbol server if the
                 exists, it's not downloaded. Using the -output switch will
                 always download and process the PDB. (Short -fo)
    -nologo    - Don't show the logo information. (Short -n)
    -verbose   - Do verbose output. May be worth turning on as the
                 source code can take a long time. (Short -v)
    -?         - This help message.
The only required arguments are –file or –directory, both of which can be
specified as many times as you'd like. When you specify a directory, only
the .DLL and .EXE files from that directory will be processed. If you wanted
to download all the source code from binaries in the .NET 2.0 32-bit and
64-bit directories, the command line you'd pass is: -d
C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727 –d

The main purpose of Net Mass Downloader is to populate the source code
download cache for debugging, the default download location is the cache you
specified to Visual Studio 2008. The –vsver switch to account for future
Visual Studio versions so Mass Downloader could work with future CTPs and

While it's great to see the .NET Reference Source Code in Visual Studio
2008, there are a lot of developers out there who can't upgrade yet, but
would love to be able to debug into the .NET Reference Source Code. If you
specify the -output parameter, the PDB and .NET Reference Source Code will
be written to the specified directory. In Visual Studio 2005, place that
directory in the Options dialog, Debugging, Symbols property page. In the
"Symbol file (.pdb) locations" list box as the first item. Also in the
Options dialog, Debugging, General property page, uncheck "Require source
files to exactly match the original version." Finally, in each Visual Studio
2005 project go into the solution property pages, Common Properties,
Debugging Source Files, and in the "Directories containing source code" add
the output directory to the top of the list. That's enough for Visual Studio
2005 to debug into the .NET Reference Source Code.

When you first run Net Mass Downloader, you will be prompted with the
current EULA for accessing the source code. If you don't agree with the
Microsoft EULA, clicking the Decline button will not download the source

Afiyet olsun. :)

06.02.2008 tarihinde Oğuzhan YILMAZ <aspsrc at gmail.com> yazmış:
> Selamlar,
> Daha önce DVD'sini yayınladıkları BlackHat videolarını aşağıdaki linkte
> yayınlamaya başlamışlar.
> http://mirrors.easynews.com/blackhat/blackhat-2007-usa-video/
> --
> Oğuzhan
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