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Sep 4, 2011

WIF security considerations

I've been working with WIF (Windows Identity Foundation) for the last couple of months, and have to admit I've spent some time googling for WIF articles explaining how the framework should be used. I'll be putting together a blog post on some of the most useful resources I've found when I find the time. However, you'll discover that there aren't many resources covering WIF and the nitty gritty security details out there. An MSDN article on WIF security was brought to my attention the other day (thanks Jonas!), so I figured I'd link to it sooner rather than later. It might be useful for some of you out there.

The article is titled Security considerations, and it's not easy to find on Google. It contains quite a few security considerations you'd want to look into if you're using, or are contemplating, to use WIF. Stay tuned for more WIF (security) stuff as my calendar hopefully frees up at work, and the golf season ends here in Norway.

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