Monthly Archives: October 2013

Announcing Thinktecture EmbeddedSts — a simple, local STS for ASP.NET applications

Originally posted on brockallen:
With Visual Studio 2013, Microsoft has provided a new “Change Authentication” wizard that is part of all ASP.NET projects. This includes an option for “Organizational Accounts”, which in essence means federation using the WS-Federation protocol. This…

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The good, the bad and the ugly of ASP.NET Identity

Originally posted on brockallen:
Ok, here we go again… and if you don’t know what I’m talking about, then see this post. With Visual Studio 2013 and .NET 4.5.1 we have a new framework called ASP.NET Identity. ASP.NET Identity is…

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Using IdentityServer with VS2013/MVC5/One ASP.NET

This of course works just as you expected…

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OWIN Claims Transformation Middleware–Take 2

Thanks to some good feedback from @grumpydev, @loudej and Chriss Ross – I changed my original claims transformation middleware (see here). What I learned is, that for better compatibility and discoverability, you should not expose the types of a specific … Continue reading

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Thinktecture IdentityModel and Web API v2 / Katana

If you are using IdentityModel and the AuthenticationHandler to secure your Web APIs – we have some good and some bad news. The good news is, that IdentityModel continues to work in Web API v2 when using the “standard” hosting … Continue reading

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Thinktecture at NDC London 2013

Thinktecture is doing a couple of sessions and workshops at this year’s NDC in London – there’s still an early bird ’til Oct 15. Just sayin’. This includes the “claims-based identity & access control” two day workshop by Brock and … Continue reading

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