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Securing a Web Application with a Bluetooth Headset Adapter

, 7 May 2013 CPOL 5.4K 2
In this article, I am going to show you a proof-of-concept code segment that demonstrates of how you can use the serial number of a Bluetooth headset adapter to assist in providing an authentication mechanism to a web application.

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Jeffrey T. Fritz
Program Manager Microsoft
United States United States
Jeffrey is a software developer coach, architect, and speaker in the Microsoft.Net community. He currently works in the Microsoft Azure and Developer Experience group as a program manager for NuGet. He is also a Pluralsight author and international speaker, Jeffrey makes regular appearances at conferences such as TechEd, Ignite, DevIntersection, CodeStock, FalafelCon, DevReach and New York Code Camp as well as user group meetings in an effort to grow the next generation of software developers

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