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As has already been mentioned, transport-layer security is directly related to the bindings. The types of transport security that are available depend on the binding used. With one exception (basicHttpBinding), all the bindings available out of the box for WCF include a default security
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Lesson 1: Transport-Level Security
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mode. However, the real question is which security modes are available for each binding and how one determines that. In this section, each of the bindings that support transport security is covered along with the supported modes.
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The purpose of basicHttpBinding is to support a range of existing technologies. These include the following. ASP.NET Web Services (ASMX) version 1 Web Service Enhancement (WSE) applications Sites that support Basic Profile. Basic Profile is an implementation of the Web Service Interoperability (WS-I) standard Sites that support the basic security profile that is also defined in WS-I The basicHttpBinding binding is the only built-in binding that is not secure when configured using its default values. The rationale for this choice has to do with its intended target, which is interoperability with ASMX services. However, it is possible to enable security on this binding. Then the binding will interoperate seamlessly with the Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS) security mechanism. It is also capable of supporting HTTPS transport security. You can configure basicHttpBinding for transport security either in code or through a configuration file. In the configuration file, add a security element to the basicHttpBinding element. The following sample configures the binding to use Transport security:
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<basicHttpBinding> <binding name="TransportBinding"> <security mode="Transport"> <transport clientCredentialType="Basic" proxyCredentialType="Basic" realm="contoso" /> </security> </binding> </basicHttpBinding>
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Notice the mode attribute on the security element has been set to Transport. This indicates that transport-layer security is to be used. Because the binding uses HTTP as the underlying protocol, the request will occur over an SSL-secured connection. You will also notice that a transport element is part of the segment. This element defines the credentials used to provide the authentication required for the transport-layer guarantee. Three attributes can be defined on the transport element. Table 7-1 lists the attributes and their purposes.
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Table 7-1
Attributes for the transport Element
Description This attribute defines the type of credentials that will be included in the transport-layer authentication. The possible values for this attribute are Basic, Certificate, Digest, None, Ntlm, and Windows. This attribute defines the type of credentials that will be used to authorize the request with any proxy server to be used. The possible values for this attribute are: Basic, Digest, None, Ntlm, and Windows. This attribute defines the realm to be used by the authentication if the credentials are Basic or Digest.
Attribute clientCredentialType
proxyCredentialType
realm
NOTE
Credential types
You might have recognized the clientCredentialType values as being the credential types from IIS. If you think about it, it makes sense because IIS is part of the underlying protocol support. However, for completeness, a description of the credential type values is as follows: Basic
Basic authentication is used where the credentials are passed with the message.
Certificate A certificate is provided by the client to the service to authenticate the
requester. Digest Credentials are hashed prior to being passed with the message. None No credentials are provided. Requests are treated as anonymous. Ntlm Authentication are performed using the NT LAN Manager (NTLM) protocol. Windows Windows credentials of the current user are provided for authentication. You can set security declaratively as well as through code. The following code defines a BasicHttpBinding object and configures it to use transport security:
' VB Dim binding As BasicHttpBinding = New BasicHttpBinding() binding.Name = "TransportBinding" binding.Security.Mode = BasicHttpSecurityMode.Transport // C# BasicHttpBinding binding = new BasicHttpBinding(); binding.Name = "TransportBinding"; binding.Security.Mode = BasicHttpSecurityMode.Transport;
wsHttpBinding
As indicated by the name of the binding, wsHttpBinding also uses the HTTP protocol for the underlying communications. Unlike basicHttpBinding, the target service for wsHttpBinding is one that supports SOAP v1.2 and WS-Addressing. From a transport security perspective, the protocol of choice is HTTPS.
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