Book Review: Professional ASP.NET Security
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by Andrew Mooney
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Chapters 11-15

Chapter 11: Custom Authentication

This chapter contains a detailed view of developing your own custom security solution to handle a specialized application.

Chapter 12: Implementing Authorization

Describes how to use ASP.NET built in methods like file and URL authorization to control access to different parts of your application.

Chapter 13: Code Access Security

This chapter contains a thorough description of all aspects of Code Access Security(CAS) including a detailed look at how CAS works. It also explains how to administer and customize CAS.

Chapter 14: Web Service Security

This chapter describes the basic ways to secure a web service. At the end of the chapter a quick look at emerging technologies that will allow more secure web applications to be developed in the future.

Chapter 15: Impersonation

The last chapter discusses how we can use impersonation to change the security context of an application to restrict priviledges given to the ASP.NET account.


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