Microsoft's .NET offers the real possibility of moving to a world of devices interconnected by services. Unfortunately, .NET has both positive and negative implications for security of information. This book introduces necessary insight into new security techniques and offers a complete understanding of the security underpinnings of .NET.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgments.Introduction.Chapter 1: .NET Architecture.Chapter 2: .NET Security Core Concepts.Chapter 3: Runtime Security Policy.Chapter 4: Code Access Security.Chapter 5: Role-Based Security.Chapter 6: ASP.NET Security.Chapter 7: Cryptography.Chapter 8: Customizing .NET Security.Chapter 9: System.Security Namespace.Chapter 10: System.Security.Permissions Namespace.Index.
DONIS MARSHALL is a corporate trainer with more than two decades of experience as a developer. He is also President of Developer Security Corporation (www.developersecurity.com) and Code Listing Corporation (www.codelisting.com), and is the Founder of Gearhead Press. During the past two years, Marshall has conducted training at Microsoft Corporation, working with the engineers and developers in their Redmond, WA, campus and other global Microsoft locations.