Code Access Security in .NET 2.0
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by Uday Denduluri
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Configuring the Code Access security

We have been discussing a Permission Sets, Code group and Policy Level. Now, we will try to understand how an Administrator configures the code access security using .NET Framework configuration wizard. Figure 3 shows editing the Permission set to full trust. We have other options, such as Skip Verification, Execution, Local intranet, Internet and Nothing.

Figure 3

The figure given below shows the modification of Membership condition to all code. We have all the options listed with their meanings.

·         All Code –  all assemblies meet this condition

·         Application Directory – all assemblies in the directory or a child directory of running app

·         Hash – all assemblies with a hash that matches the given hash

·         Publisher – all assemblies digitally signed with a specified certificate

·         Site – all assemblies downloaded from a specified site

·         Strong Name – all assemblies with a specified strong name and public key

·         URL – all assemblies downloaded from a specified URL

·         Zone – all assemblies that originate from one of five specified zones listed below

·         My Computer – Internet, Local Intranet, Trusted Sites and Untrusted Sites

Figure 4

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

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