Security in Windows Communication Foundation

Thursday, 13 July 2006, 2:44 AM EST

Windows Communication Foundation performs a lot of the heavy lifting to make it easier for your service to provide the basic security features that most distributed systems need. The big three protections— confidentiality, integrity, and authentication (or CIA as I like to think of them) are provided by most standard Windows® Communication Foundation bindings. If you don't want these protections, you'll have to turn them off, because they are on by default.

At MSDN.

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