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Programming Microsoft® ASP.NET by Dino Esposito

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Chapter 15. ASP.NET Security

 

If anyone tells you that security ends with the OS, they are dead wrong. Many times excellent network and host-based security has been bypassed exposing the very heart of the enterprise: all because of poor SQL Server configuration. That said…there is no “patch” for stupidity.

 
 --from http://www.sqlsecurity.com

Many developers have learned on their own that security is not a feature that can be easily added to existing applications or introduced late in the development stage. Security is inherently tied to the functions of an application and should be planned as one of the first features, very early at the design level. As is the case with scalability, security has become much more important in the past few years because ...

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