In many web applications it is desirable for both intranet users and external parties to be able to seamlessly log onto the system. The problem this raises is that it is not easy to allow intranet users to log in via Windows integrated authentication while also allowing external parties to log in to the same application using standard forms authentication. This article will show you one way to achieve the best of both worlds when it comes to authentication.
Latest Net Security Articles - Page 4
Code Access Security (CAS) is the .NET Framework security model that grants code permission to resources based on "evidence" pertaining to the encapsulating assembly. In this article, David Myers examines CAS and explains different configuration methods.
In this article, Michele Leroux Bustamante discusses authentication, authorization and role-based security in .NET. Along the way, he provides some best practices for implementing role-based security in some typical .NET application scenarios including rich clients, Web applications, and Web services.
With the introduction of ASP.NET 2.0 and Visual Studio 2005, many of the security tasks required to connect an application's authentication and authorization mechanisms to Active Directory have been dramatically simplified. This article shows how to perform both Active Directory (LDAP:\\) and local member server (WinNT:\\) tasks.
In ASP.NET 2.0 and Visual Studio 2005, you can quickly program custom authentication pages with the provided Membership Login controls. In this article, Dina Fleet Berry examines the steps involved in using the Login control with a custom SQL Server membership database.
Review of encryption and signing schemes, offered by PDF specification and supported by PDF management tools and components.
Latest CodeGuru Developer Columns
Follow along with the code provided and become more proficient with using Azure Storage Tables.
By following up on Part 1 of this series, you will be able to create the canvas to draw on and create the shapes. Examples are in C# and VB.NET.
Many people are still using older programming languages. Think about the pros and cons.