Updated 09/02/2021 01:54
Describes the FIDO2 authenticator. The sixth article of a series for the FIDO Utilities Project.
Updated 08/16/2021 04:02
Demonstrates management of multiple FIDO2 devices in the Users Without Passwords Project (UWPP). The ninth article of a series for the UWPP.
Updated 08/16/2021 04:01
Describes the registration or attestation ceremony I implement in the Users Without Passwords Project (UWPP). The sixth article of a series for the UWPP.
Updated 08/16/2021 04:00
Describes the FIDO2 devices I used to develop the Users Without Passwords Project (UWPP). The fifth article of a series for the UWPP.
Updated 08/16/2021 03:59
Introduces a series about the implementation WebAuthn, also known as FIDO2, instead of passwords. The first article of a series for the Uses Without Passwords Project.
Updated 07/30/2021 03:54
Describes the KenHaggerty.Com.SingleUser NuGet package. The package provides cookie authentication for a single user to an ASP.NET Core Web Application.
Updated 02/24/2021 00:17
Demonstrates the implementation of a password hasher. The third article of a series for Users Without Identity.
Updated 02/24/2021 00:16
Demonstrates the implementation of user management. The forth article of a series for Uses Without Identity.
Updated 02/24/2021 00:16
Demonstrates the implementation of an admin role to manage users. The fifth article of a series for Uses Without Identity.
Updated 02/24/2021 00:15
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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