The Gatekeeper security pattern: Cloud design patterns part II

You can find my all .Net core posts here. By this post, I am starting the series of post on Cloud design patterns. These patterns are mostly generic and can be used with any cloud provider but in this series, I will mainly focus on the Azure. In this post, we will see one more Security pattern which is Gatekeeper design pattern. … Continue reading The Gatekeeper security pattern: Cloud design patterns part II

CORS in .Net Core: .Net Core Security Part VI

You can find 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 what is CORS and how to enable CORS in your .Net Core application. What is CORS? Before going for the basic question “What is CORS?”, Let us take a scenario related to … Continue reading CORS in .Net Core: .Net Core Security Part VI

Global Authorization Filter in .Net Core: .Net Core Security Part – V

You can find all of my  .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 add the Authorize globally in your .Net Core application. Let us assume we need to add Authorize filter globally which means we are no more require to … Continue reading Global Authorization Filter in .Net Core: .Net Core Security Part – V

Web API Security with IdentityServer4: IdentityServer4 with .Net Core Part III

Note – You can find the source code of my sample application here. You can find all .Net core posts here. In my previous post on IdentityServer4, I explained how to set up an Auth server and also created a client. You can find the post here. I would request you to go through this previous post before … Continue reading Web API Security with IdentityServer4: IdentityServer4 with .Net Core Part III

IdentityServer4 in simple words: IdentityServer4 with .Net Core Part I

You can find all .Net core posts here. Once I explored and wrote about Authentication in .Net Core using Identity here, many people have asked me to explore and write on IdentityServer4. So I am starting a series of posts in which I will mainly concentrate on IdentityServer4 In this first post, we will see some … Continue reading IdentityServer4 in simple words: IdentityServer4 with .Net Core Part I

Secure .Net Core applications from the Open Redirect attacks: .Net Core security Part IV

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 Open Redirect attack. What is Open Redirection attack? Open Redirection attack is a URL Redirection. An Open Redirection attack is a kind … Continue reading Secure .Net Core applications from the Open Redirect attacks: .Net Core security Part IV