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(145)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Dec 22, 2008
Duration
2h 38m
Description

This course covers the membership and security features of ASP.NET.

About the author
About the author

Keith is a co-founder of Pluralsight, serving as CTO through 2014, where he helped build the initial content delivery system for Pluralsight, then focused on hiring an awesome team of developers in Utah to take it to the next level.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

ASP.NET Security
[Autogenerated] Hi. My name's Keith Brown and I'm gonna be covering sp dot net security in this module. I'm gonna start off by talking about what every developer on your team needs to know about security. Regardless of whether or not they're working on security specific features. They do need to know some basics about accepting user input and dealing with it carefully. So we'll take a look. A couple of the most common attacks, which are cross site scripting and sequel injection. And once you understand how the attacks work, I'll talk about how to defend against them. Then we'll cover some of the security specific features. An asp dot net, including the different forms of authentication, supported Windows and forms authentication. Then we'll take a look at the two different types of Earl authorization that are available today. The original version that came with the SP DOT net and the version that I s seven allows you to use. We'll talk about role based authorization and how rolls can help make your life easier As a developer, talk about a few other features as well, including encrypting different sections of your web dot config file and picking an identity for your Web application to run under