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Application Security in .NET Succinctly

Published on: October 10, 2017
Application Security in .NET Succinctly

Author : Stan Drapkin

Categories :

.NET, Security, Windows Development

Pages : 103

Formats : Amazon Kindle and PDF

Price : FREE


Security in software development should be a first-order requirement, but it’s often implemented in projects as an afterthought. With Application Security in .NET Succinctly, author Stan Drapkin provides a refresher of .NET security practices and fills common knowledge gaps for experienced developers and novices alike. Learn about hashes, machine authentication code, key derivation, binary and text encodings, symmetric and authenticated encryption, and much more, and begin properly securing your .NET apps today.

Table of Contents
  1. Preface
  2. .NET Security
  3. Hashes and MACs
  4. Key Derivation
  5. Comparing Byte Arrays
  6. Binary Encodings
  7. Text Encodings
  8. Symmetric Encryption
  9. Authenticated Encryption
  10. Asymmetric Cryptography
  11. Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)
  12. Web Security

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