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Security for Microsoft® Visual Basic® .NET by Michael James Bond, Ed Robinson

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Chapter 5. Securing Web Applications

Key concepts in this chapter are:

  • Obtaining and installing a certificate

  • Using SSL to secure a login form

  • Securing Web services

  • Adding audit tracking

  • Designing an application for security

Think of any English word, put a .com on the end, and type it into your browser. Within seconds, you’ll be transported to someone’s magical world, where you can find out the weather in New Zealand, read about beach resorts in Costa Rica, or buy miniature plastic dinosaurs from an entrepreneurial father of three operating out of a pizza-delivery van somewhere in western Washington. We live in crazy times. The Internet is a true meritocracy—millions of customers will try, buy from, or take flight from your Web site based on the service ...

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