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Last updated on 2016-01-10
About the Book
This book contains the Jni4Net related blog posts posted on Dinis Cruz’ blog at http://blog.diniscruz.com.
This is the fist draft release of this book, so please send your suggestions, criticisms, ideas or comments to email@example.com
Notes about current structure: The chapter structure is still being defined and it in a state of flux. Feedback is highly appreciated
- Leanpub book, originally based on Blog posts
- An open book, freely available at GitHub
- Change log:
1. November 2012
- C# REPL a java process (ZAP Proxy)
- Controlling OWASP ZAP remotely (via Java BeanShell REPL in .Net)
- Writing and Invoking O2 Methods from Java and Eclipse
2. March 2013
- Invoking an OWASP AppSensor Java method from .NET C# REPL (using Jni4Net)
- Invoking Java BeanShell from .Net CLR
- Loading OWASP ESAPI jar and its dependencies
- Getting list of Jars loaded in SystemClassLoader
- Java BeanShell REPL v1.0.exe
3. May 2013
- First execution of ESAPI.jar Encoder methods from O2’s C# REPL
4. June 2013
- Another step in the use of ESAPI and AppSensor Jars from .Net/C
5. August 2013
- Consuming a forked version of Jni4Net
- Compiling Jni4Net from Source
- Fixing the ‘Attempted to read or write protected memory’ issue
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