<security> element of <ws2007FederationHttpBinding>
Defines the security settings of the <ws2007FederationHttpBinding> element.
<ws2007FederationBinding> <binding > <security mode="None/Message/TransportWithMessageCredential"> <message negotiateServiceCredential="Boolean" algorithmSuite="Basic128/Basic192/Basic256/Basic128Rsa15/ Basic256Rsa15/TripleDes/TripleDesRsa15/Basic128Sha256/Basic192Sha256/TripleDesSha256/Basic128Sha256Rsa15/Basic192Sha256Rsa15/Basic256Sha256Rsa15/TripleDesSha256Rsa15" defaultProtectionLevel="none/sign/EncryptAndSign" issuedTokenType="string" issuedKeyType="SymmetricKey/PublicKey" </message> </security> </binding> </ws2007FederationBinding>
Attributes and Elements
The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and parent elements.
||Optional. Specifies the type of security that is applied. The default value is
|None||The SOAP message is not secure during transfer.|
|Message||Integrity, confidentiality, server authentication and client authentication are provided using SOAP message security. By default, the body is encrypted and signed. The service must be configured with a certificate. Client authentication is based on the token issued to the client by a security token service.|
|TransportWithMessageCredential||Integrity, confidentiality and server authentication are provided by HTTPS. The service must be configured with a certificate. Client authentication is provided by means of SOAP message security and is based on the token issued to the client by a security token service.|
|<message>||Defines the settings for the message-level security. This element is of type FederatedMessageSecurityOverHttpElement.|
|<binding>||Defines all binding capabilities of the <wsDualHttpBinding>.|
How to: Create a WSFederationHttpBinding
Securing Services and Clients
Selecting a Credential Type
Configuring System-Provided Bindings
Using Bindings to Configure Windows Communication Foundation Services and Clients