Windows Communication Foundation Security
The topics in this section describe Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) security features and how to use them to help secure messages.
For more information about Windows Server AppFabric and security, see Security Model for Windows Server AppFabric
In This Section
- Security Overview
- Describes the security features in WCF.
- Security Concepts
- Describes the basic terminology and concepts used in WCF security.
- Common Security Scenarios
- Describes scenarios and topologies you can configure with WCF.
- Security Behaviors in WCF
- Provides an overview of WCF behaviors that affect security, such as setting credentials.
- Bindings and Security
- A security-oriented view of the bindings, including topics that demonstrate how to create custom security bindings.
- Securing Services and Clients
- Describes how to secure messages using WCF security features.
- Demonstrates common authentication tasks.
- Describes common authorization scenarios with security implementations.
- Federation and Issued Tokens
- Describes the basics of federation and how to create clients that communicate with federated servers.
- Partial Trust
- Describes how to run partially-trusted scenarios and WCF limitations when running partially trusted.
- Auditing Security Events
- Describes how to audit security events.
- Security Guidance and Best Practices
- Guidelines for creating secure WCF applications.
Other ResourcesConfiguring Windows Communication Foundation Applications
Build Date: 2011-06-25