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Can anyone recommend a book on Code Access Security? RRS feed

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  • Hi,

     

    Subject says it all. I'm looking for a book that covers in pretty advanced detail the use of Code Access Security including things like configuring .NET, identities, zones, permissions, and how all they all come together.

     

    I have books that skims the subject. I see some information on line. I dabble. But is there a books thats just 'here is everything you need to know about it'. Basically a book devoted to entire topic that you know and would recommend?

     

    Thanks very much for reading.

    Wednesday, April 2, 2008 4:12 PM

Answers

  • Hi Derek,

    I asked this exact question to a local usergroup about a week ago.

    As a result, these are the books I bought from Amazon (I wanted several perspectives aswell, as I find not all books cover all parts of a topic equally, or equally well).

     

    ".NET Security Programming (Gearhead Press - In the Trenches)" Donis Marshall; Paperback;

    "CLR via C#, Second Edition (Pro Developer)" Jeffrey Richter; Paperback;

    "Programming .NET Security" Adam Freeman; Paperback; ".NET Framework Security" Brian A. LaMacchia; Paperback;

     

    HTH  - Adam

    Wednesday, April 2, 2008 9:15 PM

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  • Hi Derek,

    I asked this exact question to a local usergroup about a week ago.

    As a result, these are the books I bought from Amazon (I wanted several perspectives aswell, as I find not all books cover all parts of a topic equally, or equally well).

     

    ".NET Security Programming (Gearhead Press - In the Trenches)" Donis Marshall; Paperback;

    "CLR via C#, Second Edition (Pro Developer)" Jeffrey Richter; Paperback;

    "Programming .NET Security" Adam Freeman; Paperback; ".NET Framework Security" Brian A. LaMacchia; Paperback;

     

    HTH  - Adam

    Wednesday, April 2, 2008 9:15 PM
  • Hi Nimble,

     

    Thanks very much for taking time to post the recommendations, I'll look into them.

    CLR via C# is an excellent book.

     

     

    All the best.

    Thursday, April 3, 2008 7:30 AM