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Demonstrates the implementation of Cookie Authentication. The first article of a series for Users Without Identity.
Updated 11/25/2020 00:38
Demonstrates the implementation of storing a user entity in a MS SQL database. The second article of a series for Users Without Identity.
Updated 11/25/2020 00:37
Demonstrates the implementation of a password hasher. The third article of a series for Users Without Identity.
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Demonstrates the implementation of user management. The forth article of a series for Uses Without Identity.
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Demonstrates the implementation of an admin role to manage users. The fifth article of a series for Uses Without Identity.
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Demonstrates the implementation of verifying the authentication cookie on every request. The sixth article of a series for Uses Without Identity.
Updated 11/25/2020 00:31
Demonstrates the implementation of trapping and handling concurrency conflicts when editing and updating a user. The seventh article of a series for Uses Without Identity.
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Demonstrates the implementation of a must change password custom claim which uses middleware to redirect the user to a change password page. The eighth article of a series for Uses Without Identity.
Updated 11/25/2020 00:22
Describes the implementation of a TwoFactorEnabled property for the user and a related AppUserToken entity. The second article of a series for 2FA Without Identity.
Updated 11/25/2020 00:08
Describes the implementation of administrator override of a user's enabled 2FA. The eighth article of a series for 2FA Without Identity.
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