Cross domain access policy in Silverlight applications
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by Sergey Zwezdin
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Conclusion

In this article we have considered dangers that exist at work with Silverlight services. The cross-domain access in Silverlight is forbidden by default. To switch it on, it is necessary to place a clientaccesspolicy.xml file in a domain root. However, it is necessary to do it cautiously. In these cases it is better to store all resources for cross-domain access in another domain.


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