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ASP.NET Security

.NET Framework 1.1

Security impersonation is disabled by default with ASP.NET but can be enabled by appropriate configuration settings. For more information about ASP.NET security using impersonation, see ASP.NET Impersonation. For a discussion of the types of attacks your Web site may be subjected to, see Security Considerations for ASP.NET Web Applications. For a general discussion of ASP.NET security, see Securing Applications. For detailed information about configuration files, see ASP.NET Configuration.

See Also

Securing ASP.NET Web Applications | ASP.NET Configuration | Migrating ASP Pages to ASP.NET

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