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.
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.
- 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.
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Last Published: 2010-03-21