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Securing ASP.NET Core Web Apps - Dustin Kingen Converge 2018 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Securing ASP.NET Core Web Apps
Dustin Kingen

ASP.NET Core is the latest Microsoft framework in town currently on its second major release. It is designed to be secure by default, but is this enough for a security conscious organization? In this talk we examine: - What are the secure defaults, and what are their threat models? - Common options for hardening applications such as HTTPS Enforcement, Data Protection, HSTS, and CSP. - Answer the question: does ASP.NET Core protect against the OWASP Top 10?

I am a software engineer obsessed with best practices in technology and security. Microsoft developer by day and avid learner by night, I scour podcasts, posts, books, and online courses for upcoming industry trends. As a speaker, my goal is to grow the community by sharing my experiences and failures.

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