Monthly Archives: February 2014




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Introduction In Part 1, we had a brief look at OWIN/OAuth concepts, and then prepared a clean ASP.NET web forms project for integration with NuGet packages essential to supporting a lightweight integration for OAuth handling. In Part 2  we established the information required to authenticate users against the Live Connect […]

A lightweight implementation OWIN OAuth for ASP.NET Web Forms using ...



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Introduction Where we left off in Part 1, we’d established the prerequisites to prepare either a new or existing web forms project for the implementation of a lightweight OWIN/OAuth provider. This article, Part 2, will focus on how to prepare your development environment and also how to configure for Windows […]

A lightweight implementation OWIN OAuth for ASP.NET Web Forms using ...


The Day We Fight BackFebruary 11th 2014. All, An international day of action has been called for tomorrow against mass surveillance. If you can join, please add your support to this cause. We are calling for adoption of the necessary and proportionate principles of oversight and privacy protection. More information […]

The day we fight back!


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Introduction Disclaimer: this article assumes the reader is already familiar with OWIN and OAuth standards.  It is published in three parts. Late last year I wanted to implement Open Web Interface for .Net (OWIN) OAuth  functionality for an administrative subdomain.  As it happened, I wanted to specifically integrate OWIN/OAuth authentication/authorization […]

A lightweight implementation OWIN OAuth for ASP.NET Web Forms using ...