Building Web services with the .NET Framework is easy'—easy, that is, unless the Web services are secure. There is no standard, agreed-upon method for exposing Web services over the Internet in such a way that only authorized users can call them. Jeff Prosise jumps into one method of tackling this now.
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Does your C# ASP.NET application scream or does it trip along? In the newest installment from industry leader, Jeff Prosise, you learn to use the application cache to make your applications scream.
In the first part of a two-part series on COM apartments, Jeff Prosise describes what apartments are, why they exist, and how to avoid the problems that they introduce.
In the completion of his two-part series on understanding COM apartments, Jeff Prosise illustrates why the lessons learned in last month's discussion of COM apartments are so important by giving concrete examples of how this knowledge can help you develop better and more efficient COM applications.
In the first of a two-part series, Jeff Prosise covers the all-important issues of COM security in terms of activation security and access security.
In the second of a two-part series Jeff Prosise focuses on remote server process identity and authentication.