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Actually, I disagree with tylerl's answer. It is indeed difficult to hide our IP from other hosts on a LAN, it's very possible. Because you're mentioning netcut (a tool that works by using ARP poisoning), I think you have the following setup: You trying to use the Internet. Router giving you access to the Internet. Other hosts on the same LAN. Some ...
Sorry, no. As a rule, your IP is visible to anyone on your LAN, which sort of is the definition of what a LAN is.
As @SteveS said, RBAC is an authorization model whereas claims are a way of providing information about a user. It generalizes the notion of a role. In the past identity servers would simply provide applications the username and the list of roles/groups. Claims generalize this such that any user attribute can be passed on to the consuming application. The ...
Claims are a method of providing information about a user, and roles are a description of a user by way of which roles they belong. Claims are generally more useful because they can contain arbitrary data -- including role membership information. E.g. whatever is useful for the given application. Claim Based identities are more useful, but tend to be ...
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