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patterns & practices ASP.NET 2.0 Security Guidance Index

 
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patterns & practices Developer Center

J.D. Meier, Alex Mackman, Blaine Wastell, Prashant Bansode, Kishore Gopalan

Microsoft Corporation

August 2005

Summary

This page provides an index to available and emerging patterns & practices security guidance on ASP.NET version 2.0. The guidance includes modular content of various types including practices at a glance, guidelines, checklists, architecture and design reviews, deployment reviews, and How Tos.

Contents

Security Frame
Security Guidelines
Practices at a Glance
Security Design Guidelines
Threat Modeling
Security Architecture and Design Review
Security Code Review
Security Deployment Review
Security Checklists
How Tos

Security Frame

Security frames define a set of pattern-based categories that organize repeatable problems and solutions. You can use these categories to divide your application architecture for further analysis and to help identify application vulnerabilities. The categories within the frame represent the critical areas where mistakes are most often made. See the following security frame:

Security Guidelines

Security Guidelines are specific, actionable recommendations at the implementation level. Each recommendation is presented to address "what to do", "why", and "how." The recommendations are principle-based and they are organized using pattern-based categories for easy consumption.

Practices at a Glance

Security Practices are proven and emerging practices expressed as precisely as possible. Each practice is presented using a problem and solution format and the set of practices are organized using pattern-based categories. See the following practices at a glance resource:

Security Design Guidelines

Security design guidelines provide pattern-based recommendations around architecturally significant challenges. See the following security design guidelines resource:

Threat Modeling

Threat modeling is an engineering technique that can help you identify threats, attacks, vulnerabilities, and countermeasures that could affect your application. You can use threat modeling to shape your application's design, meet your company's security objectives, and reduce risk. See the following threat modeling resource:

Security Architecture and Design Review

Security architecture and design reviews provide question-driven analysis of key application design decisions. See the following security architecture and design review resource:

Security Code Review

Security code reviews provide question-driven analysis of coding practices and implementation. See the following security code review resource:

Security Deployment Review

Security deployment reviews provide configuration and run-time analysis.

Security Checklists

Checklists enumerate recommendations as itemized lists. The recommendations within the checklists are typically organized using an information model based on a problem domain. See the following security checklists:

How Tos

How Tos provide step-by-step, task-based guidance. See the following How Tos:

Feedback

Provide feedback by using either a Wiki or e-mail:

We are particularly interested in feedback regarding the following:

  • Technical issues specific to recommendations
  • Usefulness and usability issues

Technical Support

Technical support for the Microsoft products and technologies referenced in this guidance is provided by Microsoft Support Services. For product support information, see the Microsoft Support Web site at http://support.microsoft.com

Community and Newsgroups

Community support is provided in the forums and newsgroups:

To get the most benefit, find the newsgroup that corresponds to your technology or problem. For example, if you have a problem with ASP.NET security features, you would use the ASP.NET Security forum.

Test, Edit, and Release Team

  • Test team: Larry Brader, Microsoft Corporation; Nadupalli Venkata Surya Sateesh, Sivanthapatham Shanmugasundaram, Infosys Technologies Ltd.
  • Edit team: Nelly Delgado, Microsoft Corporation; Tina Burden McGrayne, TinaTech Inc.
  • Release Management: Sanjeev Garg, Microsoft Corporation

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