Object Security

The objects you create in .NET can use code access security to control who can use your objects and what actions those objects can perform on behalf of that user. You can perform code access checks within any .NET object, including your Remoting server objects. Using the new security features in the .NET Framework, you can permit or deny certain actions within your code. This explicit control on an object's powers helps prevent malicious use by unauthorized client objects. You can read more about .NET's security features in Chapter 7.

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