Secure Programming with .NET

Wednesday, 27 November 2002, 2:06 PM EST

At the core of Microsoft's .NET initiative is the goal of interconnecting businesses, users, applications, and data. However, with all the concerns regarding security and privacy of data, many individuals and companies are reluctant to connect their business systems and place their data in reach of hackers thousands of miles away. Microsoft understands the challenges and concerns facing early adopters of their technology, and has made security one of their top priorities. The fundamental pillar for building applications is the security surrounding the .NET framework and the security services it provides. In this article, we will provide an overview of .NET framework security features and provide practical tips on how to write secure code in the .NET framework. More importantly, we will discuss which pitfalls to avoid.

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