Securing Access to Services for Silverlight
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This section contains topics that describe how to secure ASP.NET, Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), and other types of services for access by Silverlight clients.
In This Section
- How to: Host a Secure Service in ASP.NET for Silverlight Applications
This topic outlines the steps to access the back-end services of an ASP.NET site with a Silverlight application.
- How to: Use the ASP.NET Authentication Service to Log In Through Silverlight Applications
This topic describes how to authenticate the end users of your Silverlight-based ASP.NET Web site when you want to create a rich user log-in experience using the full graphical power of Silverlight.
- How to: Use Windows Authentication to Secure a Service for Silverlight Applications
This topic describes how to use Windows Authentication to secure access to services that are intended to be used from Silverlight applications.
- How to: Use Message Credentials to Secure a Service for Silverlight Applications
This topic describes how to use message credentials to secure access to services that are intended to be used from Silverlight applications.
- Additional Security Considerations for Service Access
This topic outlines various security considerations when using Silverlight 4 with Web services.
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