The basic 128-bit security algorithm suite.
The basic 192-bit security algorithm suite.
The basic 256-bit security algorithm suite.
Provides a message version that corresponds to the Basic Security Profile specification.
Represents the key identifier clause in a binary secret security token.
Describes encryption and signature requirements that apply to different parts of messages that are transmitted on this channel.
Provides encoding and decoding mechanisms for the security state using the Windows DataProtection API functionality.
Defines the inputs and outputs to the DispatchRequest method.
Exception thrown when a CardSpace security token expires.
Used for digest authentication of HTTP clients.
An abstract base class that can be implemented to verify an expected identity against an authorization context that represents a remote endpoint, or to create an identity from an endpoint address.
A helper class to enable impersonation while serializing the body of the reply message.
Initializes a CardSpace interactive channel.
Represents information used to obtain an issued token from a security token service.
Allows a service to configure properties associated with the federated credential presented by the client.
Represents the key name identifier clause in a security token.
Specifies which parts are included in a message.
Represents an exception that occurred when there is something wrong with the security applied on a message.
An abstract base class that represents a cache for nonces.
Contains the credentials used when authenticating a peer node within a peer mesh.
Specifies which parts are included in a message.
Provides credential settings for a secure conversation service.
Contains the set of supported WS-SecureConversation versions. This is an abstract class.
Represents the security exception that is thrown when a security authorization request fails.
Specifies properties of algorithms. This is an abstract class.
Represents the key identifier clause for a security context token.
Specifies an abstract class that when implemented represents a security credentials manager.
Contains security-related properties and is attached to a message.
Indicates that an error occurred while negotiating the security context for a message.
Contains the set of supported WS-SecurityPolicy versions. This is an abstract class.
An abstract class that can be implemented to encode the security state.
Represents a security token and its authorization policies.
Contains the set of supported WS-Security versions. This is an abstract class.
Represents a security token provider that produces a security token as an issued token for federated bindings.
Represents a security token provider that provides an SSPI security token.
Represents a supporting security token and its authorization policies.
The triple-DES security algorithm suite.
Contains the set of supported WS-Trust versions. This is an abstract class.
Represents a client credential based on user name and password.
Represents a class that is used to configure how the service authenticates users that use user name/password authentication and to configure the caching of logon tokens.
Allows you to specify properties related to Windows credentials to be used to represent the client.
Provides properties that describe the service credentials used for Windows authentication.
The class used for serializing and deserializing security tokens, security key identifiers, and security key identifier clauses defined in the WS-Security, WS-Trust, and WS-SecureConversation security specifications.
Represents a channel that is used to send WS-Trust messages to a security token service (STS).
A factory that produces channels (WSTrustChannel objects) used to communicate to a WS-Trust endpoint.
Represents a message body writer that writes an RST to an outgoing message.
Provides data for a WS-Trust Request Fault.
Represents a message body writer that writes an RSTR to an outgoing message.
Definition of the WS-Trust service contract implementation.
Defines a certificate used by a client to identify itself.
Represents the settings used by the service to validate the certificate presented by the clients. It also contains a certificate for the service to use for encrypting responses or callbacks for clients when MutualCertificateDuplex message security authentication mode is used.
Represents the settings used by the client to validate the certificate presented by the service using SSL authentication. It also contains any certificate for the service that is explicitly configured on the client to use for encrypting messages to the service using message security.
Defines a certificate used by a service to identify itself.
Specifies authentication properties for validating the client certificate.
Specifies authentication properties for the peer certificate.
Represents the settings used by the client proxy to authenticate service certificates that are obtained using SSL/TLS negotiation.
Provides the identity of an endpoint.
Represents a secure conversation security session. The communicating parties secure all messages on the session using a SecurityContextToken that is issued by the server as part of session establishment.
Represents a kind of ISession that enforces the requirement that all messages exchanged on the session are between the same communicating parties that established the session.
Defines the asynchronous service contract interface for the WS-Trust 1.3 protocol.
Defines the service contract for the WS-Trust 1.3 protocol.
A service contract that defines the methods that wrap the Message-oriented operation contracts exposed by IWSTrustChannelContract.
Defines the service contract for sending WS-Trust messages to an STS.
Defines an asynchronous service contract interface for the WS-Trust Feb 2005 protocol.
Defines the service contract for the WS-Trust Feb 2005 protocol.
Specifies the order of operations that protect a message.
Describes the source of entropy used for key generation.
An enumeration that lists the ways in which security tokens are attached.
Lists ways to validate in username/password mode.
An enumeration that lists the ways of validating a certificate.