Code Access Security in .NET 2.0
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by Uday Denduluri
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Security Stack Walk and Security Demands

Each assembly has a set of corresponding grants. If an assembly needs to execute a method that uses other assemblies, it requests the .NET runtime for permission to execute. This process is called Security Stack Walk. According to MSDN, Security stack walk is the process of examining the permissions of each caller in the stack and determining whether the permission being demanded has been granted to each caller. If a caller that does not have the demanded permission is found, the security check fails and a SecurityException is thrown.


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Title: Code Access Security in .NET 2.0   
Name: Developer
Date: 2008-01-09 4:36:06 PM
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Really good one....
Title: Code Access Security in .NET 2.0   
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Date: 2007-06-01 12:50:07 AM
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Hi,

Good one...........

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