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6 Reasons to Use Azure Active Directory

Azure Active Directory, commonly known as Azure AD, is “Microsoft’s cloud-based identity and access management service.1” It is a widely used IDaaS (identity and access management-as-a-service) that can integrate with an existing (or new) MVC-style web application, Web API, mobile app, and more to provide quick and easy authentication. I am no salesman (although it […]

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Securing Your Web API Using Azure Active Directory

Large or small, all companies need web security. And what better way to secure your ASP.NET Core Web API than using Azure Active Directory? Given MVC-style apps are the dominant force in the market nowadays, the majority of documentation on the matter focuses here. That left me, desiring to create a loosely-coupled Web API instead […]

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Oracle Fusion SaaS Security with Oracle Analytics Cloud

The question that is often asked is: Can we leverage the same security we already have in Oracle Fusion SaaS (which includes users, duties, roles and security policies) to secure data in Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC – an Oracle PaaS)? The answer is Yes. To understand better how this is possible, keep reading. This blog […]

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How to add custom claims to Azure Mobile App authentication

Azure Mobile Apps (formerly known as Azure Mobile Services) provide a great cloud based framework for rapid development of mobile applications (which also could be used to develop web applications, when needed). Azure Mobile Apps empower developer with a tools set (both client-side and server-side) helping to tackle on common mobile application development tasks, like: […]

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You Can Now Buy ExxonMobil Gas With Apple Pay

  ExxonMobil, the largest publicly traded international oil and gas company, is now leveraging the cloud in a revolutionary way: With ExxonMobil’s new Speedpass+ app, you can pay for gas at Exxon- and Mobil-branded locations using Apple Pay, a simple and safe way to pay within the app. Just open the app and your location […]

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Smile! MasterCard Will Leverage Selfies To Verify Your Identity

  According to research, approximately 31.8 million consumers in the US experienced credit card fraud in 2014. That’s triple the number in 2013! And the number doesn’t appear to be going down any time soon. On a positive note, credit card issuers are stepping up their game by introducing security methods, such as Europay, MasterCard […]

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Integrating ASP.NET MVC authentication with SiteMinder SSO

SiteMinder is an enterprise-class secure single sign-on solution by CA (Computer Associates) which is employed by many large companies to secure their intranet access and provide single sign-on functionality to various intranet applications.  SiteMinder has a broad support for different application frameworks which is making possible to use in heterogeneous enterprise environment. For example, when […]

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SharePoint 2010: Require Authentication for InfoPath Forms from an Anonymous SharePoint Site

Whether you love or hate InfoPath forms, they occasionally do make things easier. However, the form viewer page comes from the FormServerPage type, which inherits directly from System.Web.UI.Page, meaning that it permits anonymous users to view the page and, consequentially, your form. None of the SharePoint access permissions, aside from folder-level permissions have any affect. […]

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Planning for Externalizing Authentication in SharePoint 2010: Part 1 – Introduction

Since the beginning of 2011, I’ve had the good fortune of being involved with several projects involving the claims authentication capabilities introduced in SharePoint 2010. The scope of these efforts have ranged from small proof-of-concept demonstrations to large Internet and Intranet production deployments. Some involved custom built Security Token Services (STS) and others relied on […]

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Redirecting to the right SharePoint page following UAG authentication

Here’s the scenario: You publish SharePoint content using UAG Users want to share links via email/IM When the recipient clicks your link, they’re prompted to log in After authenticating, they’re redirected to your SharePoint homepage instead of the original link The reason for this is that UAG only has one <FORM/> action target that is […]

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