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.
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A common threat Web developers face is a password-guessing attack known as a brute-force attack. A brute-force attack is an attempt to discover a password by systematically trying every possible combination of letters, numbers, and symbols until you discover the one correct combination that works. If your Web site requires user authentication, you are a good target for a brute-force attack.
Learn how to use Windows authentication for Web-based intranet applications to access a SQL Server database using ASP.NET.
Learn how role-based security in .NET works. The sample code shows how to implement a database-driven security model for enterprise applications.
By applying ASP.NET programming logic, you can store user data in either XML files or a Web configuration file and then validate users by using those files. Learn how to apply both of these simple methods of authentication.
By default anyone can access your ASP.NET web pages; however, there is a way to keep nosy, unwanted types out. Discover how to use authentication.
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