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Petar Vucetin Soa312 Building Secure Web Services Using Windows Communication Foundation Tech Ed 2008 (Final)

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• Securing messages between clients and services is essential to protecting data. The Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) provides a versatile and interoperable platform for exchanging secure ...

• Securing messages between clients and services is essential to protecting data. The Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) provides a versatile and interoperable platform for exchanging secure messages based upon both the existing security infrastructure and the recognized security standards for SOAP messages. In this session learn how to use WCF for transfer security and access control using familiar technologies such as HTTPS, Windows integrated security, X.509 certificates, SAML, and usernames and passwords, and also new technologies such as Windows CardSpace. This session also discusses how to extend WCF security to support custom security tokens, custom authentication methods, claims-based authorization, claims transformation, and custom principals.

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