Security :: Handler Implementation For Forms Authentication?
Dec 30, 2010
Has any body got a clue to how to impliment the httphandler in the case o forms authentication for Authenticating multiple websites .Lets say you have 2 websites and after you authenticate one using forms i need not authenticate the other .(Already assumed that the machine key between the websites are the same )And both implement Forms authentication.
This is really weird I am really stuck on this issue. Now the Environment is WIN2K3 Server is my web server Database is SQL 2008 is in the domain itself I have deployed the application which was using the SSO from the parent Share Point Site and was having forms authentication Now the Users to access the application can be outside domain /inside domain so we have logic to get the internal employee or external But the Problem starts when we have got the request to have the application ready for Internal Users like a Intranet application and we need to have the windows authetication in place Now the problem was with WINDOWS authentication I am not able to get to the HTTP Handlers I have in my code thats really wierd as all was working well having the forms auth. I have changed the following things to make it windows auth. Changed the AUthentication in WEB.Config Unchecked the Anynomous user from Directory Security in IIS.
My Problem is ALL application works well except when I tried to call http_handler It is giving me 404 0 2 in IIS logs page not found when I tried to say window.location = "myhandler.myextension?id=285dc559-8293-44f3-a018-4e7024c82e5b" Gives me Page not found error.
I am working on a web application project with a layered architectural style having DAL, BLL, Service Layer and Presentation Layer. It's going to be a Web forms application.
My intent is to try using some of the new features of .Net 3.5 or 4.0.
Currently, I am thinking through different approaches for implementing Authentication in this project.
I have a query regarding the design of the application, particularly Authentication.
In which layer should I have Authentication class? BLL? If I implement the Authentication class in BLL, should I be having an app.config in the same class library project to contain the Database connection string and all.
I'm just reading about implementing my own HTTP handler for ASP.NET 4.0 and IIS7. This looks really cool. I want special processing for ZIP files and it seems like an HTTP handler is the perfect solution.However, what's giving me trouble is that the handler must be in a separate assembly. So how can I access the rest of my application from this assembly?Specifically, I'd like to determine if the user is authenticated and redirect them to the login page if they are not. But User.Identity.IsAuthenticated, etc. will not be available from my handler.(Yes, I know there are ways to approach this without an HTTP handler but they don't seem appropriate for my specific needs.)
I have developed the authenticated rss feed using the basic http authentication for my site.I also have the admin module for the site which uses the Asp.net Forms Authentication .Both are in the same project.When i turn on the forms authentication module to None in my web.config.My rss feed authentication works fine(the browser pop up the dialog box for the username and password) and upon entering the username and password the rss feed gets displayed.But with forms authentication turn on when i click the rss feed link i am getting redirected to the administrator login page.
If i set my authentication mode to none than the feed works like dream but the admin module do not work as it uses forms authentication.
How can i resolve the conflict for that one.I am using the asp.net mvc filter on my feed contoller to pop up the dialog box for the username and password.
I'm developing an internal booking sytem. Users log in to the sytem and can view existing bookings and search for bookings. They can also create new or edit existing bookings. When completing such actions I need a confirmation prior to completing the booking or updating the recorded. The confirmation is based on a reauthentication of the user.... in otherwords he needs to enter his passord again.
How can I achieve this? The system is internam and I'm using Forms Authentication. I an also using roles as som of the admin forms can only be viewed by administrators.
This could be very straight forward for some of you, but I got caught up. I am doing very simple test - browsing from IIS Manager to see the default page or "under Construction", however I am being challenged to provide my login credential . When I provide my login credential, I am able to see the default page. I wanted to see the default page without providing my credential since Enable anoymous access + basic authentication I am simply wanted to see the default page asit is working on other servers except this one. I have included screen print to make sure may question is clear.
I set authentication mode to Windows in the web.config and I enable Windows Authentication and disable the Anonymous Authentication in IIS 7 on win 7, but HttpContext.Current.User is always null.It works fine when I host the web app in IIS 6.0.
I needed information regarding the capabilities & integration of AzMan tool with Asp.net.Currently, I got a Sharepoint 2007 website along with ASP.NET 2008 where I am using Form Based Authenication.Now, the requirement is any user within a domain registered in AD should be able to login in website through intranet.
Can I acheive this using AzMan, or I need to create two websites one with FBA for internet users and the other one for the intranet users with AD authenication. Also my intenet website is deployed and in use where usermapping and roles are already created, so using this tool what will be the impact on existing webiste.
I have to invoke SSIS packages from web service in the most secure way. I think that windows authentication will be secure but i am not sure. I do not have much knowledge about how to achieve this and the information on the internet is very distributed.
We use Sharepoint to control our websites. We build the sites, then load them into the sharepoint server. My question is if I use windows authentication, how can I get my role security in my web config file to coencide with the asp.net controls that use the Forms authentication. Is there a differenence? Our security uses a session variable for security but there is no where to set up their permissions except in active directory. I hope this makes sense because I would like to implement the LoginView with Role groups but how can I give them the role="administrator"? Do I have to go into active directory and give them these permissions(would take awhile due to the size of the company)? Or do I have to set up priveladges in the web.config file for each user(difficult I think)?
I'm writing a simple Intranet application using windows authentication. I want to restrict access to Safe/UCantSeeMe.aspx. I am aware of the AuthorizeAttribute, but this only works on methods. I also found a good post on doing this with the MVC pattern, but I'm not using MVC. This can be done with roles in forms based security. I read on MSDN that using windows based security means roles are based on groups, but it doesn't go into any detail. how can I restrict access to Safe/UCantSeeMe.aspx?
We are using membership provider for LDAP authentication. It is working as it should.
But what all configuration settings I have to do so that all the future requests to this application run under the security context of the Logged in user account not through the some default user set in IIS.
We need to have this working because all the permissions on the database are based on the logged in user.
We are using form authentication for LDAP authentication. And having impersonation = true in web.config.
I have an application that has a user Login Control (provided by ASP). I am just now working with the integration of a dataBase created in MS visual studio 2010, to a developed website created in MS visual web developer 2010. My main goal is to create an authentication ticket that enables a user to be able to see a dataBase information only after that user has been successfully authenticated.
Up to now I'm able to see the dataBase when i run the website even if I'm not log-in, how i can create a home page that tells the user to log-in and once that user has successfully log-in it redirects the user to another page where the user can see the database and how I can add information to that dataBase only to specific members
I have the same exact problem here [URL] I have a multi-project solution with role based security. I login with admin and hit logout. Then, I can login with a user that has a different role and access an admin page by typing the address. Once I try to do something on that admin page that postbacks then I get kicked out and redirected to the login page. If I don't write in redirect to login page in logout page, I have to hit logout twice for logout to work properly. Also, it works fine if I close the browser and run a new browser.
Here I am using forms authentication and I have used an access database. I have put the db in App_Data folder and declared the connectionstring in web.config. The problem I am facing is that when I request any page without logging in the browser displays the requested page. At the bottom of the page there is a script error when I check the details it says Sys is not defined. Has this something to do with this issue??
In web.config file I have added the following lines in the <system.web></system.web> section.
I'm using Forms authentication in ASP.NET MVC website and I store user account login name in AuthCookie like this: FormsAuthentication.SetAuthCookie(account.Login, false); I want to ask if there is a possibility that user on client side will somehow manage to change his login name in AuthCookie and thus he will be for example impersonated as someone with higher privileges and authorized to do more actions than he is normally supposed to have. Also is it better to save in this cookie user account login name or user account ID number?
I'm using Visual studio 2005 with C# on .NET framework 2.0.. I am implementing forms authentication in this project but the problem is when I'm on registration form ( outside login) and try to open any window on that form using java script (window. open) it redirects me to login page. How should i tackle this problem??
I'm using VS2008 and incorporating forms authentication into a web application, but have been unable to test my changes in the debugger. This seems to be an issue with having to use Integrated Windows authentication for VS2008 debugging.
How can I use VS to debug my forms authentication code-behind?