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how to create custom login page using aspx in mvc 3

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Maybe you can get some ideas from my article Beginners guide to a secure way of storing passwords[^] It covers how to store user credentials and authentication in a safe way.

But why do you have to use an aspx-webform in a MVC3 project? And have you tried ASP.NET Membership? Rahul Rajat Singh has written e rally good article about it: Understanding ASP.NET Roles and Membership - A Beginner's Tutorial[^]

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