Augmenting security with a claims-based architecture

The claims-based architecture can be used to augment your existing security implementation. A common approach will be to create a token service that verifies the consumer identity and creates a signed token including the claims necessary for accessing a resource from a service, living within or outside the security boundaries of the consumer.

The following diagram illustrates this scenario:

Augmenting security with a claims-based architecture

The previous recipe showed us the steps to create SamlSecurityToken. In this recipe, we will create a claims service that accepts the client credentials and returns signed SamlSecurityToken using the group-level ...

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