Chapter 13:

.NET Framework Network Security

 

 

 

 

 

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What do we have in this chapter?

 

  1. Code Access Security

  2. Permissions

  3. Policy Levels

  4. Code Groups

  5. Conditions

  6. Internet Zone

  7. Intranet Zone

  8. My Computer Zone

  9. Untrusted Zone

  10. Trusted Zone

  11. Controlling Socket Applications

  12. Socket Permissions

  13. DNS Permissions

  14. DNS Spoofing

  15. Securing Socket Data Communications

  16. Using Socket Options

  17. Identifying Connections and Sessions

  18. Conditional Accept in Winsock

  19. Handling Idle Connections

  20. Handling Data Encryption

  21. Encrypting Application Data

  22. IPSec

  23. HTTP Security

  24. Authentication Schemes in IIS

  25. Anonymous

  26. Basic

  27. Digest

  28. Integrated

  29. Certificates

  30. Forms

  31. Passport

  32. Choosing an Authentication Scheme

  33. Preauthentication

  34. Web Services

  35. Authorization

  36. URL Authorization

  37. File Authorization

  38. .NET Remoting

  39. Secure Sockets Layer

  40. XML Digital Signatures

  41. WS Security

 

 

 

Summary

 

Understanding security mechanisms in the .NET Framework can help you develop and run secure networking applications. In this chapter, we explored code access security, socket security, and HTTP security. Using the techniques described here will help you develop more secure and robust networking applications using the .NET Framework.

 

 

 

 

 

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