Updated 06/19/22 15:26 GMT
Describes restricting access to the member's image API endpoint to the user or an authorized administrator.
Updated 03/11/22 19:15 GMT
Introduces the ASP.NET Core 6.0 - Users With Device 2FA Project (UWD2FAP) and an article series about the implementation of ASP.NET Core 6.0 with Visual Studio 2022.
Updated 03/11/22 19:13 GMT
Describes the UWD2FAP AppUserClaim, creating a ClaimsPrincipal, and migrating the AppUser Administrator property to an AppUserClaim.
Updated 03/11/22 19:12 GMT
Describes the Terms Of Service AppUserClaim, Terms Of Service page, and TermsOfServiceMiddleware.
Updated 03/11/22 19:11 GMT
Describes the implementation of claims-based authorization.
Updated 03/11/22 19:01 GMT
Describes the implementation of user impersonation by administrators.
Updated 02/24/21 00:19 GMT
Demonstrates the implementation of Cookie Authentication. The first article of a series for Users Without Identity.
Updated 02/24/21 00:18 GMT
Demonstrates the implementation of storing a user entity in a MS SQL database. The second article of a series for Users Without Identity.
Updated 02/24/21 00:16 GMT
Demonstrates the implementation of an admin role to manage users. The fifth article of a series for Uses Without Identity.
Updated 02/24/21 00:15 GMT
Demonstrates the implementation of verifying the authentication cookie on every request. The sixth article of a series for Uses Without Identity.
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