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Building Secure ASP.NET Applications: Authentication, Authorization, and Secure Communication

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J.D. Meier, Alex Mackman, Michael Dunner, and Srinath Vasireddy
Microsoft Corporation

Published: November 2002

Last Revised: January 2006

Applies to:

  • Microsoft® ASP.NET

See the "patterns & practices Security Guidance for Applications Index" for links to additional security resources.

Summary: Building Secure ASP.NET Applications includes a series of How To articles that provide step-by-step instructions to help you learn and implement various key procedures used to develop secure solutions. This index lists the How To articles that are included. (2 printed pages)

ASP.NET

How To: Create a Custom Account to Run ASP.NET 1.1

How To: Use Forms Authentication with Active Directory in ASP.NET 1.1

How To: Use Forms Authentication with SQL Server 2000 in ASP.NET 1.1

How To: Create GenericPrincipal Objects with Forms Authentication in ASP.NET 1.1

Authentication and Authorization

How To: Implement Kerberos Delegation in Windows 2000

How To: Implement IPrincipal in ASP.NET 1.1

Cryptography

How To: Create a DPAPI Library in .NET 1.1

How To: Use DPAPI (Machine Store) from ASP.NET 1.1

How To: Use DPAPI (User Store) from ASP.NET 1.1 with Enterprise Services

How To: Create an Encryption Library .NET 1.1

How To: Store Encrypted Connection Strings in the Registry in ASP.NET 1.1

Enterprise Services Security

How To: Use Role-based Security with Enterprise Services in .NET 1.1

Web Services Security

How To: Call a Web Service Using Client Certificates from ASP.NET 1.1

How To: Call a Web Service Using SSL from ASP.NET 1.1

Remoting Security

How To: Host a Remote Object in a Windows Service

Secure Communication

How To: Set Up SSL on a Web Server

How To: Set Up Client Certificates

How To: Use IPSec to Secure Communication Between Two Servers

How To: Use SSL to Secure Communication with SQL Server 2000

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