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**[[SDL Tools | Tools]]
 
**[[SDL Tools | Tools]]
  
*Secure Coding
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*[[.NET Secure Coding | .NET Secure Coding]]
 
**Partial Trust
 
**Partial Trust
 
**Cross Platform
 
**Cross Platform
  
*Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability in Practice
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*[[.NET CIA | Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability in Practice]]
 
**Cryptography
 
**Cryptography
 
**Debugging and Instrumentation
 
**Debugging and Instrumentation
 
**Adaptive Web Applications and failing gracefully
 
**Adaptive Web Applications and failing gracefully
  
*Security Features
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*[[.NET Security Features | .NET Security Features (by Version)]]
 
**Authentication Best Practices
 
**Authentication Best Practices
 
**Authorization
 
**Authorization
 
**Security Demands
 
**Security Demands
  
*Unit Testing
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*[[.NET Unit and Integration Testing | Unit and Integration Testing]]
 
**Test First (TDD) and Design Patterns
 
**Test First (TDD) and Design Patterns
 
**Fuzzing
 
**Fuzzing

Revision as of 22:50, 15 May 2008

.NET Security for Developers

Developers are responsible for creating secure, trustworthy web applications and services. This section is to provide tools and guidance for the .NET Developer.

Areas of Concern

Articles & Projects

"How Do I?" Microsoft Security Videos

Community Contributions

Developing ASP.NET in Partial Trust

References

Microsoft Security Development Lifecycle 3.2

Tools

Source Code Analysis Tools