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Protect Files and Folders Using HttpHandlers in ASP.NET

, 9 May 2011
A quick walkthrough showing how to protect files and folders using HttpHandlers, in VB.NET and C#.



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Stuart Blackler
Software Developer
United Kingdom United Kingdom
I am a self-taught programmer originating from the Isle of Wight. I have approximately 3 years commercial experience in developing LOB applications for a wide range of customers (local companies to FTSE 100). During this time, I have honed my development skills across a wide range of platforms and frameworks including C#,, T-SQL, Web Services and Android programming.

I am currently training towards my MCSA SQL Server 2012 qualification alongside my degree in Computing from Bournemouth University (Graduating 2013). During my time at Bournemouth University, I have built an extensive knowledge in core networking protocols and architecture including TCP, IP (v4 & v6), DNS, ARP, HTTP, EMAIL (SMTP, POP3 and IMAP), WiMAX (802.16) and WiFi (802.11).

I like to help fellow developers through the StackExchange network, accumulating approximately 3000 reputation across the various sites. I also like to maintain a technology blog to help others learn.

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