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Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation 4.0 Cookbook for Developing SOA Applications by Steven Cheng

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Chapter 7. Security

In this chapter, we will cover:

  • Setting up ad hoc Windows authentication over plain HTTP
  • Getting an authenticated client identity in a service operation
  • Using username authentication with an ASP.NET membership provider
  • Sending a clear text username token over unsecured HTTP transport
  • Using transport and message security at the same time
  • Authorizing through declarative role-based access control
  • Impersonating with a client caller identity
  • Adding multiple tokens in a service request (supportingToken)
  • Supplying dedicated credentials for firewall or proxy authentication
  • Securing a dynamic SoapHeader

Introduction

Security is a big topic in distributed communication applications. When the client consumers call a service operation through an intranet ...

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