WCF Authentication with Azure Active Directory by username and password using JWT(JSON Web Token)

WCF Authentication with Azure Active Directory by  username and password using JWT(JSON Web Token)

Looking to incorporate Azure Active Directory (AAD) into your WCF authentication process? This tutorial explores how to accomplish just that by utilizing JSON Web Tokens (JWT) for authentication using username and password. Whether you're a seasoned developer or just starting with WCF, this guide will equip you with the steps to integrate AAD authentication and bolster your security. By implementing JWT tokens, you'll be able to validate user credentials and restrict access, ensuring that only authorized users can access the service.

So, if you're looking for a comprehensive guide on how to authenticate and authorize users using WCF and Azure Active Directory, this tutorial is a must-read. Follow along step-by-step to establish a secure and robust authentication framework for your enterprise application.

The post WCF Authentication with Azure Active Directory by username and password using JWT (JSON Web Token) originally appeared on Dilip Kumar Sinha Blog.

Link: https://dilipkumarsinha.blogspot.com/2016/09/wcf-authentication-with-azure-active.html

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