Determines the security settings for an Windows Azure Service Bus binding and describes the security relationship between the client and the service endpoint.
Assembly: Microsoft.ServiceBus (in Microsoft.ServiceBus.dll)
Security is provided using SOAP message security.
Security is disabled.
Security is provided using a transport security, typically SSL.
A secure transport (for example, HTTPS) provides integrity, confidentiality, and authentication while SOAP message security provides client authentication.
Windows Azure Service Bus supports only Full Trust code access security.
NetEventRelayBinding, NetOnewayRelayBinding, NetTcpRelayBinding, WS2007HttpRelayBinding, and WSHttpRelayBinding constructors. Each of these bindings have constructors that allow you to set the security mode. For more information about security issues, see and .is used with the
Any ProtectionLevel settings of a transport are ignored if the SecurityMode is set to.