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Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) is a security feature that offers broad functionality. Federated authentication, claims based authorization, token transformation to name a few. But only because WIF is a security feature does not make it secure and safe by default. To improve and strengthen WIF’s security it is useful to understand the threats associated with it and map the countermeasures that mitigates the threats. This is the list of Threats and Countermeasures for claims aware ASP.NET Web Applications distilled from existing WIF documentation. If you have more to add – feel free to submit in comments below.
I am testing another approach of carrying out main messages of what ACS is about. Here is a short video I recorded. It is a first cut but I wanted to share it anyway. It is best when it is out – easy to get feedback and improve.
Slide deck is here.
Video (~1 min): What's Windows Azure AppFabric Access Control Service (ACS) v2?:
This is another short video covering what ACS can do for you. Consider watching What’s Windows Azure AppFabric Access Control Service (ACS) v2? first.
Video (~1 min): What ACS Can Do For Me?