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Security Changes in .NET 2.0

New components in .NET 2.0 can help you greatly reduce the amount of code you need to write to make your applications secure.

Security Changes in .NET 2.0
New improvements include public key cryptography, Windows security, remoting, and more.

VSLive! Orlando, October 2005

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Robert Hurlbut,
Owner, Hurlbut Consulting Inc.

The new security components in .NET 2.0 can help you greatly reduce the amount of code you need to write to make your applications secure. .NET 2.0 provides numerous additional types that encapsulate functionality already provided in the base Windows OS, as well a new functionality only available in .NET 2.0. This presentation covers the new improvements including public key cryptography, Windows security, remoting, ASP.NET, and Code Access Security.

About the Speaker
Robert Hurlbut is an independent software architect/developer, consultant, and owner of Hurlbut Consulting Inc. He is also a Microsoft MVP for Security Development. Robert specializes in application security, distributed architectures, and database architecture and development. He has a .NET blog at http://weblogs.asp.net/rhurlbut.

About the Author

Rob Thayer has been programming in VB since its first version and even fiddled with VB for DOS many years ago. A freelance programmer and author of several programming books, he currently lives in Phoenix. Reach him at rob@thayertech.com.

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