The proliferation of Web Services on the market and their universal acceptance on the Internet makes them more vulnerable to security threats. Therefore, we need to tighten security for our Web Services and pay attention to it. With ASP.NET, Microsoft has provided the necessary features for securing our Web Services and other Web resources. In this article, Mansoor Ahmed Siddiqui explains how to unleash the power of ASP.NET security.
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