Web applications have a class of security vulnerabilities, at times much widespread and trivial than the infamous buffer overflow.
Here are some interesting Security resources on .NET Web Application:
- .NET Security at MSDN – I specially like Improving Web Application
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- AntiXSS Library – Microsoft Anti-Cross Site Scripting library to protect web apps from XSS.
- FxCop – A tools which analyses managed code assemblies
- Guidance Explorer – Developer guidance (a 15000 foot view though)
- .NET Security Blogs: Shawnfa, Michael Howard, CLRSecurity
- MSDN Security Developer Center – General guidance on writing secure code. The featured video on exporting and importing certificates would be helpful for doing certificate management as a HealthVault application.
- Update – Threat modeling web applications is a great read. The SDL Threat modeling tool and forum are of great utility as well.
Please leave a comment if you know of any valuable security resources.