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When the server uses IIS, client authentication means mapping the client certificate to an identity, i.e. an account (local account or domain account, depending on context). IIS may apply two distinct methods, with confusing names: clientCertificateMappingAuthentication: IIS will look for a domain account that either contains a copy of the exact client ...


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I'm not sure that there's any one solution. Different strategies work for implementing different functionality. A common strategy for a B2B deployment is for the server's organization to act as CA and sign public keys from clients. When a client cert is received, the server validates the signature and then maps the cert to a user. The user mapping is ...


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As mentioned in a comment above, there are two basic strategies for protecting the IP in your source code: Make your source code more difficult to understand. This is typically done through obfuscation. Obfuscators attempt to make the source code difficult to reverse compile and/or difficult to understand once they've been reverse compiled. I'm no expert ...



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