Here is my presentation I did at MAX Hong Kong 2005 on Testing for Security Holes in Flash and Flash Media Server 2.0. This is the second in a pair of sessions I did at all three MAX conferences in Asia this year, here is the other presentation (Best Practices & Architecture for Flash & Flash Media Server 2.0).
This one too has streamed video with captions and syncronized slides and once again I have to thank Captionate 2.0 for the excellent functionality to get captions and cue points embedded in an FLV file that just fits in the seminar app. This time I took advantage of the importing of the captions text file and formatting that is in Captionate 2.0.. I can’t believe I didn’t use this before. I had actually copy and pasted in every line last time.. it took far too long. With this importing stuff, it parses out the file into bite size lines and then all you have to do is press the “add caption” button and it adds in the line that you want to add in the file as it plays along.
Truly simple and efficient.. I can’t rave enough.
Anyways, the presentation is a bit drab and dry.. it’s security centric so what more can you ask for right? But there are quite a few points in there worth listening to I think if you are an intermediate FMS developer or budding FCS/FMS developer looking for tips and concepts on making your apps a bit more safe for the “real world”.
Anyways, here is the link to the presentation files again, just in case.
Again, any comments are very appreciated (I only got one on the last one.. I hope the preso was useful to some..), and any questions should be answered as soon as I can, so freely post any and all 🙂