The Microsoft .NET Framework provides imperative and declarative ways to check for proper permissions prior to attempting an action. Learn how and when to use them.
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The .NET Framework uses an evidence-based security system. Learn how you can use the security policy to allow or deny actions to assemblies.
ASP.NET 2.0 provides new classes, methods, and controls that make implementing authentication easy. Learn how to apply the authentication functionalities of the Membership class and its methods into ASP.NET applications.
Learn about a simple yet elegant way to secure managed assemblies from easy disassembly by using the powerful interoperability features of .NET.
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Learn how role-based security in .NET works. The sample code shows how to implement a database-driven security model for enterprise applications.
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