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AJAX adds one more wrinkle to web security. I find that videos and demonstrations help me understand subtle topics like this.
- Security in ASP.NET AJAX Client Applications - In this webcast, we cover Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX client application security from every angle. We discuss the common security attacks your applications may encounter and how to protect against them.
- How Do I: Secure my Site using Membership and Roles? - Learn how to secure a web site using the new Membership and Roles features of ASP.NET 2.0. Topics include user registration, password recovery, and restricting access to content with roles.
From a series of Webcasts that Joe Stagner put together, this is a five part series on Ajax and Security. Long, but worth your time.
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