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Programming and Learning from SD WebApi
Securing WebAPI and stopping CSRF requests
I just read this article in the June MSDN magazine by Peter Vogel and thought it needed to be highlighted. If you're using WebAPI you should think about Cross-Site Request Forgeries. It also applies to the 70-487 test. "ASP.NET doesn’t automatically protect you against Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF/XSRF) attacks (more on that later)." "When a user accesses an ASP.NET site using Forms Authentication, ASP.NET generates a cookie that stipulates the user is authenticated. The browser will continue ......

Posted On Monday, June 10, 2013 10:43 AM

Faking the WebApi User
I needed to unit test a WebAPI call in my MVC 4 application that checks the user's role. I'm doing this in my MVC controllers with the following code using FakeItEasy (I should do a post on that sometime): this.UserPrincipalFake = A.Fake<IPrincipal>(); A.CallTo(() => this.UserPrincipalFake.Iden... A.CallTo(() => this.UserPrincipalFake.Iden... this.HttpContextBaseFake = A.Fake<HttpContextBase&g... this.HttpContextBaseFake.User ......

Posted On Wednesday, June 5, 2013 10:29 AM

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