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Welcome to a series of tutorials about ASP.NET Security, which explores techniques for authenticating visitors through a web form, authorizing access to particular pages and functionality, and managing user accounts in an ASP.NET application.

This tutorial will explore techniques for authenticating visitors through a web form, authorizing access to particular pages and functionality, and managing user accounts in an ASP.NET application. Download Security Basics and Asp.Net Support article.

In this tutorial we will turn from mere discussion to implementation; in particular, we will look at implementing forms authentication. The web application we start constructing in this tutorial will continue to be built upon in subsequent tutorials, as we move from simple forms authentication to membership and roles. Download An Overview of Forms Authentication article.(V.V.V Imp one) . See video Basic Forms Authentication

In this tutorial we will examine the various forms authentication settings and see how to modify them through the forms element. This will entail a detailed look at customizing the forms authentication ticket’s timeout value, using a login page with a custom URL (like SignIn.aspx instead of Login.aspx), and cookieless forms authentication tickets. Forms Authentication Configuration and Advanced Topics

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October 3, 2008 - Posted by | General | ,

1 Comment »

  1. Can you explain me how can we provide security to the web applications using asp.net?

    Comment by nagamani | October 30, 2008


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