Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is a framework for building service-oriented applications. It allows for sending messages between service endpoints. Service endpoints can be a part of a service, hosted in IIS or in an application, or it can be a client which requests data from such a service. ...

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Is generating custom authentication token for WCF service requests a good practice?

I have public WCF web service which works over https. There are lots of technical restrictions on client side, so I can't use any advanced schemes like oauth. I have registered users and some of them ...
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Deploying software that requires X.509 certificates

I have a self-hosted WCF application, with a server application running on the server (obviously) and a client application that will be installed on the users PC. Up until this point I have been ...