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ASP.NET- Security tutorials

  • ASP.NET gives you more control to implement security for your application. Security, in the context of an ASP.NET application, involves three fundamental operations. These operations are carried out during the lifetime of each secure ASP.NET Web application and are described as follows:

    1. Authentication

    2. Authorization

    3. Impersonation


  • Authentication: This is the process of validating the identity of a user, to allow or deny a request. Typically, authentication is a process of accepting the username and password from a user, and validating the username / password combination in a security database. In addition to this typical case, the authentication process can be more sophisticated. After the identity is verified and validated, the user is considered to be legitimate, and the resource request is fulfilled. Future requests from the same user, ideally, are not subject to the authentication process, until the user logs out of the Web application.

  • Authorization: This is the process of ensuring that users with valid identity are allowed to access only those resources for which they have been assigned access rights. In other words, authorization is a check that is performed at every stage of the request-processing cycle on the Web server. This check ensures that access is given only to the allowed resources.

  • Impersonation: This process enables an application to assume the identity of the caller, and in turn make requests to the other resources. Access to resources will be granted or denied based on the identity that is being impersonated. If the identity being impersonated has permissions to a resource, the application that impersonates the identity will also have the access permission to that resource. Before delving deeper into the security system that is available with ASP.NET, let us review the security system that is made available to the Web sites by the underlying Web server. For the ASP.NET applications, the underlying Web server is Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS). Therefore, every ASP.NET Web application can continue to leverage the security options provided by the IIS server. Let us now look at the security provided by the IIS server.


IIS security

  • Securing a Web application involves different aspects. The best place to start securing a

  • Web application is by looking at the security methods provided by the Web server that hosts the Web application. The IIS server has built-in support for authentication and authorization of user requests.


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