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Identifying and preventing execution of “any” function via Late-Bound commands
The Command Pattern is widely used to create a robust, salable applications. However I see guidance in this MSDN article that could allow a caller to invoke a late-bound command... enabling the ...
Nov 16 '11 at 23:58
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