Monthly Archives: December 2012

Claims-based Identity & Access Control Training in 2013

Brock and I are working on the next version of the “identity course”. Updated to .NET 4.5 and all the latest tech! Will be big fun! Claims-based Identity & Access Control for .NET 4.5 Applications Day 1 Introduction to Claims-based … Continue reading

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More Compatibility between Thinktecture.IdentityModel JWT and Microsoft JWT

Reader centralbin comments: “In fact the reverse is also true : You can configure TT-STS as an IP-STS in ACS. The JWT tokens issued by TT-STS can also be consumed in ACS. The only “gotcha” is that you manually need … Continue reading

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Compatibility between Thinktecture.IdentityModel JWT and Microsoft JWT

I just did a quick test – the JWT token handler in Thinktecture.IdentityModel can consume and validate JWTs coming from Access Control Service. Thought I let you know ;) Nice.

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Questions/Feedback/Comments about Thinktecture IdentityModel and Server

For any questions, please use the issue track on github for IdentityModel and IdentityServer (and please not the comments on my blog). If you absolutely want to use StackOverflow, I am now monitoring the thinktecture-ident-model and thinktecture-ident-server tags.

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Azure Authentication Library

Azure Authentication Library (AAL) is slowly turning into a really useful “easy to use” library to write client code against Microsoft identity back-ends like Windows Azure Active Directory and Access Control Service (and hopefully ADFS too at some point). Very … Continue reading

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Identity & Access Control in .NET, ASP.NET and WCF 4.5

I just hit my first big milestone in the security curriculum for Pluralsight. All three base identity & access control courses are done and online now. They cover what used to be called WIF and is now part of .NET … Continue reading

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Simplifying my (Computer) Life

…loving it.

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