I've been on vacation and doing some other things so I haven't blogged much lately. I've pretty much been "unplugged" for the majority of that time. I'm slowly catching up on reading others blogs, etc. and came across this on J.D. Meier's Blog.
"The ASP.NET 2.0 Internet Security Reference Implementation is a sample application complete with code and guidance. Our purpose was to show patterns & practices security guidance in the context of an application scenario. We used Pet Shop 4 as the baseline application and tailored it for an internet facing scenario. The application uses forms authentication with users and roles stored in SQL."
I skimmed through the docs a bit. Good stuff!