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Authenticating users and checking their permissions to perform certain actions are the ABC of any software and real-life process. ASP.NET as a long record of successful applications yet the overall API it always offered is quite simple for the needs of today. These has brought to a variety of additional best practices that for the most part have been incorporated in ASP.NET Core. In this session we’ll first look at the basic facts of claims and core authentication and then move to authorization policies and authentication in the context of Web APIs. By attending the session you’ll figure out the differences between old and new ASP.NET authentication, old and new ASP.NET authorization and common steps to control access to a Web API.