Secure .Net Core applications from Click Jacking: .Net Core security Part III

You can find my all .Net core posts here. In these series of posts, we will see how to secure your .Net Core applications. In this post, we will see how to secure your .Net Core application from the ClickJacking attack. What is ClickJacking? Clickjacking, also known as a "UI redress attack", is when an attacker uses multiple transparent … Continue reading Secure .Net Core applications from Click Jacking: .Net Core security Part III

Download Publish profile from Visual Studio 2017: .Net Core quick posts

You can find my all .Net core posts here. In the current post, we will see how to download the publishSettings file from Visual Studio 2017. What is PublishSettings file? Whenever you deploy your applications or services on Azure App Service, all the details of your deployment is stored in the Publish profile, this is nothing but … Continue reading Download Publish profile from Visual Studio 2017: .Net Core quick posts

Read configuration in the controller: .Net Core Quick posts

You can find my all .Net core posts here. In this series of posts, we will see some quick tips or tricks to use some specific things in .Net Core In this post, we will see how to access configuration in the controller. As we know, in .Net Core we have appsettings.json file to store the … Continue reading Read configuration in the controller: .Net Core Quick posts

Secure .Net Core applications from CSRF attack: .Net Core security Part II

You can find all of my  .Net core posts here. This is the second post on .Net Core security. First part is here. In this post, we will see how to secure your .Net Core applications from CSRF attack. What is CSRF? CSRF stands for Cross-Site Request Forgery. CSRF in simple words: Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) is … Continue reading Secure .Net Core applications from CSRF attack: .Net Core security Part II

ASP .Net Core 2.1 features: Part I

You can find my all .Net core posts here. In this post, we will see the features of Asp .Net Core 2.1 SignalR SignalR is coming into the .Net Core. I have already written a post on how to use SignalR in Net Core which is here but as some of the changes are going on … Continue reading ASP .Net Core 2.1 features: Part I

Enforce SSL and use HSTS in .Net Core: .Net Core security Part I

Note – You can find the source code of my sample application here(sample does not include HSTS changes) You can find my all .Net core posts here. In these series of posts, we will see how to secure your .Net Core applications. In this post, we will see how to enforce SSL to your .Net Core applications … Continue reading Enforce SSL and use HSTS in .Net Core: .Net Core security Part I

Deploy .Net Core application to IIS: Step by step guide

In my previous post, I have mentioned how to create Serverless .Net Core application which you can find here and you can find my all .Net Core posts here. In this post, I will explain how to host\deploy your .Net Core 2.0 application to IIS. prerequisite: Visual studio 2017 community edition, download here .Net Core 2.0 SDK from here (I have … Continue reading Deploy .Net Core application to IIS: Step by step guide

Serverless .Net Core(2.0) application with AWS Lambda: Step by step guide

Note – You can find the source code of my sample application here. Amazon has recently announced the .NET Core 2.0 AWS Lambda runtime. In this post, we will see how to create Server less .Net Core 2.0 application using AWS Lambda. Let us first see what is Serverless computing? Serverless computing allows you to build … Continue reading Serverless .Net Core(2.0) application with AWS Lambda: Step by step guide

Code First approach in .Net Core(2.0): CRUD Operations

Note – You can find the source code of my sample application here. In my previous series of post, I explained the Create, Read, Update, Delete(CRUD) using Angular 5 with .Net Core 2 API. For Part I(Database first set up in .Net Core 2) is here and Part II(CRUD in Angular 4) is here. In this post, we … Continue reading Code First approach in .Net Core(2.0): CRUD Operations