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Microsoft® Windows® Communication Foundation Step by Step by John Sharp

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Implementing Security in a Windows Domain

In the following exercises, you will see how to use transport and message level security in some common scenarios that can arise within a single organization. Because it is easier to demonstrate and explain things this way around, you will start by learning how to implement message confidentiality by encrypting messages. You will then see how to authenticate users running in a Windows environment, and finally, how to use the Windows Token Role provider to authorize access to operations.

Protecting a TCP Service at the Message Level

Message encryption is a very common requirement of most distributed systems; so much so that the majority of the standard bindings available in the WCF library encrypt messages ...

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