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A few people have been asking for the table of contents for Beginning ASP.NET Security so here it is;
I’ve cut and pasted this from proof PDFs, so any weird formatting errors are mine as I tried to turn this into HTML.
Wednesday, January 27, 2010 4:56 PM
Thanks for placing the contents; judging from this it should be excellent and from the page count its more succint; also broader and more recent in coverage (e.g ASP.NET MVC, .NET 4 and WCF service security). Now I am convinced and will order my copy from Amazon; and hope to write a review after reading. I am an application security architect, and may send you more detailed comments, if I have any (for your 2nd edition).My suggestion is that you get Amazon tp publish the contents, index ande extracts, which forms a good decision factor for online buyers.
Ah I warn you now there's very little .NET 4.0 in there, it was too much up in the air at the time, and really the underlying changes were at too deep a level for what I was wanting to cover.I take your point about Amazon, but as I'm packing right now for my move to Redmond everything is in a right state! Once I'm settled down again I'll try to get them to do that!Barry
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