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#1: AppDomain and Security

Posted on 2008-04-03 23:55:32 by mmorrison93

I'm creating a web application that accesses a database. I'm thinking
of restricting the rights of the default appdomain and allowing
database access only from a separate appdomain. Will that
configuration actually increase the security of my application or am I
creating unneccesary work for no reason? Thanks

mm

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#2: RE: AppDomain and Security

Posted on 2008-04-04 01:37:01 by pbromberg

What you are proposing doesn't really make sense, e.g. restricting something
based on an "AppDomain". Database access is limited to valid login
credentials which are transmitted via the connection string. For almost all
applications, this should be sufficient from a security perspective.
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"mmorrison93@gmail.com" wrote:

> I'm creating a web application that accesses a database. I'm thinking
> of restricting the rights of the default appdomain and allowing
> database access only from a separate appdomain. Will that
> configuration actually increase the security of my application or am I
> creating unneccesary work for no reason? Thanks
>
> mm
>

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