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Lesson 2: Authorization and Impersonation
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Lesson 2: Authorization and Impersonation
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The first lesson covered the details associated with securing WCF communications. As was discussed, security at the transport layer uses the protocols associated with the specifics of the wire standard. When securing messages, some standards come into play. WS-Security is one of the most commonly used ones, but there are others, not to mention the easy approach of simply encrypting the message in a manner that client and service expect. In this lesson, the focus is on the options available for securing messages and the imperative and declarative techniques that enable you to do so.
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After this lesson, you will be able to: Restrict or allow access to operations based on the requester s identity or roles. Access the set of security claims through the ServiceSecurityContext object. Configure impersonation of the requester by the service. Estimated lesson time: 40 minutes
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Being able to identify the client is just half the process. Included in the security story for WCF is authorization, which determines the access that is allowed to various resources. This is related to granting access on the service side. Three main elements affect the ability of a service to access resources.
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As you know by now, WCF services run in a service host. This host runs in a process, either on its own or combined with other hosts, and the process in which the host is running has a security context, or process identity, that controls the access rights accorded to the process. You are probably familiar with this concept when applied to ASP.NET. The host for ASP.NET typically runs as a local user called ASP.NET. It is possible for an administrator to change this user ID, but that s a rare occurrence, so when a Web page is executed (or, as it turns out, a WCF service is hosted within Microsoft Internet Information Server [IIS]), its access is restricted to whatever rights have been granted to the ASP.NET user (normally, not very many rights, for security reasons).
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Along with the process identity, a security principal is attached to each executing thread. The principal is a container for the caller s identity and the roles that are associated with it. The main difference between the process identity and the security principal is the level of control
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that is possible. A developer cannot change the process identity for a running process. An element of impersonation is possible (and is discussed later in this lesson), but the underlying process identity is immutable. In many cases, the principal might be related to a Windows account, but this is not a requirement. Developers can create a new security principal object, complete with its own identity and set of roles. The principal object can then be associated with a running thread. Because the principal contains not just identity information but also the roles to which the user belongs, this provides a mechanism for role-based authentication to be implemented. The mechanism through which the roles associated with a principal can be used to control access to a method uses the PrincipalPermissionAttribute. If you are familiar with .NET permission coding (either imperative or declarative), the pattern will not be new to you. In the declarative form, the PrincipalPermissionAttribute is applied to the method in the class that implements the service s contract:
' VB <PrincipalPermission(SecurityAction.Demand, Role := "Updaters")> _ Public Function Update() As Boolean Return True End Function // C# [PrincipalPermission(SecurityAction.Demand, Role = "Updaters")] public bool Update() { return true; }
In this example, the current principal is checked to see whether it belongs to a role called Updaters. In the actual implementation of the attribute, the IsInRole method on the principal is called.
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