Identity Model. Selectors Namespace
The System.IdentityModel.Selectors namespace contains classes that implement authentication in the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) claims-based identity model.
Beginning with .NET Framework 4.5 and the integration of Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) into the .NET Framework, the WCF claims-based identity model has been superseded by WIF. WIF provides a claims-based identity object model that can be used to provide authentication and authorization across several Microsoft product stacks, including the CLR, WCF, and ASP.NET. The WIF classes that represent security tokens and that are used to process security tokens are contained in the System.IdentityModel.Tokens namespace; for example, SecurityToken and SecurityTokenHandler. Beginning with .NET 4.5, the classes in the System.IdentityModel.Tokens namespace should be used instead of those in the System.IdentityModel.Selectors namespace.
The exception that is thrown when one or more exceptions have occurred at the CardSpace service level. The cause of the error will be logged in the event log.
This class is intended for use by the infrastructure.
Provides access to all CardSpace public operations that are supported in managed code.
Authenticates a UserNameSecurityToken security token using a custom authentication scheme.
Exception class to indicate that the recipient certificate was not valid.
Authenticates a KerberosReceiverSecurityToken security token.
Represents a security token provider that provides KerberosRequestorSecurityToken security tokens for a SOAP message sender.
Exception class to indicate that the policy supplied by the recipient could not be validated.
Authenticates a RsaSecurityToken security token.
Authenticates a SamlSecurityToken security token.
Authenticates a security token.
Represents a security token manager that specifies how security tokens are provided, authenticated, and serialized.
Represents a security token provider that handles security tokens for a SOAP message sender.
Encapsulates the results of an asynchronous operation on a delegate.
Specifies security token requirements.
Represents a utility class that can retrieve security tokens or keys when you have a key identifier or key identifier clause.
Represents a class that can read and write key identifiers, key identifier clauses, and security tokens.
Represents the specifications, such as the WS-*specifications, that security tokens are defined in.
Exception class to indicate that the CardSpace service is busy processing other requests.
The exception that is thrown when CardSpace has not been started on the user's computer.
The exception that is thrown when there is a problem communicating with the security token service.
Indicates that a policy was provided to the system that included options that were unsupported.
The exception that is thrown when the user decides not to trust the entity that is requesting a token after reviewing the information from their certificate.
The exception that is thrown when the user cancels an operation during the GetToken(CardSpacePolicyElement, SecurityTokenSerializer) call.
Validates a username and password.
Authenticates a UserNameSecurityToken security token.
Represents a security token provider that provides UserNameSecurityToken security tokens for a SOAP message sender.
Uses Windows authentication to authenticate the WindowsSecurityToken security token.
Uses Windows authentication to authenticate the user name and password in a UserNameSecurityToken security token.
Validates an X.509 certificate.
Authenticates an X509SecurityToken.
Represents a security token provider that provides X509SecurityToken security tokens for a SOAP message sender.