Run the Web application under the System account.
Run the Web application under the Network Service account.
Configure the Web application for constrained delegation.
Set the identity element of the Web application configuration to impersonate="true'.
Grant the Network Service account only Read permission to the root directory.
Grant Read permission and Write permission to the root directory.
Grant the Network Service account Full Control permission to the Upload folder.
Grant the Network Service account Read permission and Write permission to the Upload folder
Use the Membership API.
Use the Personalization API.
Use the Local Security Policy.
Use the Group Policy Manager.
Allow only the local computer Administrator account to have NT?permissions on the files contained in the Admin area.
Choose to include the Login View control within each file in the Admin area.
Establish an authorization section in each location section in the Web application configuration files for each area that needs to be secured.
Ensure that each Action Result returned to the Admin area contains the Authorize attribute and the appropriate properties.
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Use encrypted passwords, and develop a custom profile provider.
Use encrypted passwords and the built-in Sql Profile Provider.
Use hashed passwords, and develop a custom profile provider.
Use hashed passwords and the built-in Sql Prolile Provider.
Use Code Access Security.
Use the Personalization API.
Use Software Restriction Policies.
Use the Authorization element of web.config.
Check whether the user has access in the Page_Load method of every administration page by using the User, lslnRole("Admin") method.
Override the OnInit event of the Custom Page class, and then check whether the user has access
Override the On Load event of the Custom Page class, and then check whether the user has access.
Decorate the Custom Management Page class with the Principal Permission attribute, demanding access for the Admin role.
Configure the llS Request Filter module to filter requests.
Configure IIS to reject requests from outside the specified IP address range.
Configure the llS URL Rewrite module to redirect requests from outside the specified IP address range to the public Web site.
Design the default controller and action to check the IP address and to redirect requests from outside the specified IP address range to the public Web site.
Use the Http Utility class.
Use Session ID regeneration
Use SSL for the Web application.
Use a custom Session id Manager class.
Install a certificate on the Web server, and force all Web traffic to use SSL.
Write an on Submit Java Script handler that validates all form input
Write an On Click method for the Submit button that rejects form submissions that contain invalid data