Part of the Integrated .NET Series, this book provides a practical and comprehensive treatment on implementing both cryptography and security features on the .NET platform — using the C# and VB .NET programming languages. It provides focused and detailed code examples that demonstrate the most important concepts, with commentary on how the code examples work. The book also provides a substantial mathematical and theoretical background on the underlying cryptographic concepts. After reading this book and experimenting with the provided example programs, the reader should have a good understanding of the major cryptographic algorithms and standard cryptographic programming techniques. Readers should also gain a solid understanding of how .NET security works and how to implement user-based and code access security in their own .NET programs.
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Learn how to make your .NET applications secure!
Security and cryptography, while always an essential part of the computing industry, have seen their importance increase greatly in the last several years. Microsoft's .NET Framework provides developers with a powerful new set of tools to make their applications secure. NET Security and Cryptography is a practical and comprehensive guide to implementing both the security and the cryptography features found in the .NET platform. The authors provide numerous clear and focused examples in both C# and Visual Basic .NET, as well as detailed commentary on how the code works. They cover topics in a logical sequence and context, where they are most relevant and most easily understood. All of the sample code is available online at .
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Peter Thorsteinson is a systems analyst who has been programming, teaching, and developing instructional materials for software development for more than ten years. He is interested in all aspects of C++, Java, and C#, as well as ATL, COM+, .NET, and J2EE. Peter has a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Manitoba, and is coauthor of .NET Architecture and Programming Using Visual C++ and Application Development Using Visual Basic .NET, both published by Prentice Hall PTR.
G. Gnana Arun Ganesh is a developer, author and .NET consultant. He leads the .NET Technology Group at Web Prodigies, and is the host of the .NET Reference Guide area on InformIT. Arun is one of the authors of the course material for Object Innovations, which offers training in fundamental software technologies. He has published more than 50 articles about .NET technology on various .NET-related Web sites.
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