Chapter 15. Security

The growth of the Internet and the World Wide Web has forever changed the way we use computers. As software engineers, we can no longer ignore security as we did when the average computer wasn't directly connected to a slew of other computers. Silverlight lives online, in users' browsers and other connected devices. No exploration of Silverlight is complete without understanding both the security features it provides and generally how to ensure your Silverlight application has been developed with security in mind. This chapter will go over Silverlight's security model and general techniques for understanding how to design for and evaluate security.

.NET Security in the CLR

While application code executes under the auspices of ...

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