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Secure .Net Coding

Course Details
Code: TT8200-N
Tuition (USD): $2,095.00 • Classroom (3 days)
Course Details
GSA (USD): $1,899.75 • Classroom (3 days)

Secure .Net Coding is a hands-on, lab-intensive .Net security, code-level training course that teaches you the best practices for designing, implementing, and deploying secure programs in .Net. This course explores well beyond basic programming skills, teaching developers sound processes and practices to apply to the entire software development lifecycle. You will take an application from requirements through to implementation, analyzing and testing for software vulnerabilities. Perhaps just as significantly, you will learn about current, real examples that illustrate the potential consequences of not following these best practices. The course provides a solid foundation in basic terminology and concepts, extended and built upon throughout the engagement. You will examine various recognized attacks against web applications. Processes and best practices are discussed and illustrated through both discussions and group activities. This workshop is approximately 50% dynamic lab exercises and 50% lecture, providing in-depth, code-level labs. The second portion of the course steps through a series of vulnerabilities illustrating in very real terms the right way to implement secure .Net applications. The last portion of the course examines several design patterns that can be used to facilitate better application architecture, design, implementation, and deployment. A key component to our Best Defense IT Security Training Series, this workshop is a companion course with several developer-oriented courses and seminars. Although this edition of the course is .Net-specific, it may also be presented using Java or other programming languages.

  • According to research by the National Institute of Standards, 92% of all security vulnerabilities are now considered application vulnerabilities and not network vulnerabilities.

Skills Gained

  • Concepts and terminology behind defensive coding
  • Using Threat Modeling as a tool in identifying software vulnerabilities based on realistic threats against meaningful assets
  • Threats and attacks that take place against software applications in today's world
  • Using Threat Modeling to identify potential vulnerabilities in a real-life case study
  • Static code reviews and dynamic application testing to uncover vulnerabilities in .Net applications
  • Vulnerabilities of the .Net programming language and the runtime environment as well as how to harden both
  • Working with .Net platform security to gain an appreciation for what is protected and how
  • Basics of Cryptography and Encryption and where they fit in the overall security picture
  • .Net Cryptographic services
  • How role-based security works in .Net and using it to control access
  • How Code Access Security (CAS) works and using it to control access
  • Mechanics of isolated storage
  • Fundamentals of XML Digital Signature and XML Encryption

Who Can Benefit

This intermediate-level .Net programming course is designed for developers who wish to get up and running on developing well-defended software applications.

Prerequisites

Familiarity with the C# programming language is required, and real-world programming experience is highly recommended.

Course Details

Defensive Coding Overview

  • Thriving Industry of Identify Theft
  • Dishonor Roll of Data Breaches
  • TJX: Anatomy of a Disaster
  • Heartland: What? Again?
  • Terminology and Players
  • Assets, Threats, and Attacks
  • OWASPCWE/SANS Top 25 Programming Errors
  • Categories
  • What They Mean to Your Applications
  • Security Is a Lifecycle Issue
  • Minimize Attack Surface
  • Manage Resources
  • Application States
  • Compartmentalize
  • Defense in Depth Layered Defense
  • Consider All Application States
  • Not Trusting the Untrusted
  • Security Defect Mitigation
  • Leverage Experience

Vulnerabilities

  • Unvalidated Input XSS/CSRF, Injection, and Others
  • Broken Authentication and Authorization
  • Information Leakage Error Handling, Logging, Insecure Storage, and Others
  • Spoofing Protecting Your Users and Your Applications

.Net Security Fundamentals

  • .Net Security Overview
  • Services Provided
  • Code Protections
  • Data Protections

.NET Assembly Security

  • The Role of Application Domains
  • Protecting Assemblies from Tampering
  • Using Obfuscation
  • Using Publisher Certificates
  • Using FxCop.exe

Cryptography Overview

  • Cryptography Defined
  • Strong Encryption
  • Ciphers and Algorithms
  • Message Digests
  • Keys and Key Management
  • Types of Keys
  • Key Management
  • Certificate Management
  • Encryption/Decryption

.NET Cryptographic Services

  • The Role of Cryptographic Services
  • Hash Algorithms and Hash Codes
  • Generating Hashed Data
  • Validating Hash Codes
  • Encryption and Decryption
  • Encrypting Data Symmetrically
  • Encrypting Data Asymmetrically

Understanding Role Based Security

  • Using Role Based Security
  • Creating and Administering Roles
  • Principals, Identity and Roles
  • Determining Role Membership
  • Restricting Actions Based on Roles

Code Access Security

  • What is Code Access Security (CAS)
  • CAS Components
  • Using CAS to secure Applications
  • Interacting with CAS

Isolated Storage

  • The Purpose of Isolated Storage
  • Levels of Isolated Storage
  • Using Isolated Storage Administrative Tools
  • Working with Isolated Storage Programmatically

Defending XML Processing

  • Understanding Common Attacks and How to Defend
  • Operating in Safe Mode
  • Using Standards-Based Security
  • XML-Aware Security Infrastructure