Tag Archives: Security

Webapi core 2.1 and jQuery (CORS)

I’ve written before about Cordova, AngularJs, WebApi and CORS. (Cross Origin Resource Sharing) Now we have te same hurdle to take with our dotnet core 2.1 webapi. Since the webapi is on a webserver and accessible to third parties we decided … Continue reading

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Github 2FA from Visual Studio 2013

Tried to sync some changes to my Trello repository on Github but got prompted for my credentials. I remembered activating two-factor authentication (2FA) just recent. Would I be prompted for the one-time-password (OTP)? No, a 401 unauthorized was the answer. … Continue reading

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Call WCF on NetTcpBinding from anonymous website

Our project uses WCF services hosted on multiple machines. The binding used can be chosen from predefined options. One of the options is NetTcpBinding. A website hosted in IIS with anonymous authentication is used to consume the WCF service. When … Continue reading

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SDC 2014

The SDN – Software Development Network – is a special interest group for dutch developers. Four times a year they organise an event where people present and talk about their passion. As a member of the SDN you are aware … Continue reading

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Week 48 roundup

Last week recap and links: Octopus VM Extension video on Azure Friday. Learn what the extension is and how it works. A complete series called “This is my next” on theverge.com telling what is the best App / Smartwatch / … Continue reading

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