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“A PasswordCard is a credit card-sized card you keep in your wallet, which lets you pick very secure passwords for all your websites, without having to remember them! You just keep them with you, and even if your wallet does get stolen, the thief will still not know your actual passwords.” Generate a PasswordCard online and then print it!
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Introduces to the Windows Credential Management API that includes functions for user interface handling and lesser-known functions for managing a user's credential set. Also included is a .NET class library that dramatically simplifies the task of credential management, for languages such as C# and Visual Basic, and provides a more elegant and robust approach to credential management for C++ developers.
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HTTP Module to allow HTTP Basic Authentication against non-Windows accounts in IIS. By default, it authenticates against the default Membership provider but can be configured to use another. Furthermore the module includes some plumbing to enable WCF services to use Basic authentication against non-Windows accounts.
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URMAH (User & Role Manager And Handlers) is a user and role (ASP.NET Membership) management facility inspired by ELMAH. URMAH is a pluggable ASP.NET HTTP handler, which means that it can be added dynamically to any ASP.NET application that relies on ASP.NET membership, by simply dropping the assembly in the bin folder and adding one line to the Web.config. Once URMAH has been dropped into a web application, it enables searching users, viewing their details and adding/removing roles to users.
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