Monthly Archives: January 2013

Claims-based Identity & Access Control Training in February

I just got email confirming the February run of the “identity course” in Oslo. great! There are seats left and you can book here. Cu!  

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Big Brother is WWWatching You – feat. George Orwell

Nicely done! via Bruce Schneier

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Thinktecture IdentityServer v2.1

I just uploaded a minor update. This includes the following changes: Fixed bugs in HRD screen SSL redirect filter uses configured SSL port now Fixed a bug in CookieTempData Added application recycle feature available here: http://thinktecture.github.com/Thinktecture.IdentityServer.v2/

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Troopers 2013

Troopers is definitely my favourite security conference! It is run and curated by my former employer ERNW and that’s a 100% guarantee for the best cutting edge content in security research & management. One talk I am really looking forward … Continue reading

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ASP.NET Web API Security: Setting up the Sample

You can download the complete source from here. The Web API security sample is in samples/web api security. On my machine I have mapped the samples/web api security/webhost directory to IIS. I am sure you can use IIS Express as … Continue reading

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ASP.NET Web API Security: The Web Host and Service

I will be using the same web hosted Web API service for the sample. The service is very simple: [Authorize] public class IdentityController : ApiController {     public ViewClaims Get()     {         return ViewClaims.GetAll();     } } …and the ViewClaims class simply returns … Continue reading

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Using ASP.NET Profile as a Source for Claims in Thinktecture IdentityServer

If you are using the ASP.NET membership/roles/profile infrastructure in IdentityServer, we made it very easy in v2 to use the profile API to add per-user claims to outgoing tokens. Here’s how: 1 Enable ProfileMake sure the profile section is enabled … Continue reading

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