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NSecurity will provide developers with a library comprising of an implementation of ACE (Access Control Entry) based security in C#.
With NSecurity, if there is no security defined on resource’s level, then it inherits a parental level security definition or even the grand-parental level. The mechanism will go one level forward each time NSecurity is not able to find any security trace on a specific level.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Cracked NSecurity With Keygen library is a C# library which provides a robust implementation
of the ACE (Access Control Entry) model for.NET Framework. It provides an
easy way to use ACE entries in your applications, and it also provides
a way for you to write your own code to expose the ACE entries to the
world.

NSecurity Documentation
Advantages of NSecurity over other ACE Libraries:

The way NSecurity implements inheritance is different. The other ACE
libraries are built in a way that it is impossible to inherit the
security policies from a different level. They build it by using the
inheritance principles of the C# language. NSecurity, however, has a
different approach towards implementation of inheritance.

NSecurity – Dependencies and Usage:

NSecurity requires the.NET Framework 3.5 or higher.
For building the source code, you need to install the following dependencies:
Microsoft® Visual Studio® 2005.NET Framework SDK (May be required only if you are using Visual Studio 2010)
Microsoft® Visual Studio® 2008 Service Pack 1
Microsoft®.NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1

Prerequisites of NSecurity:

TPL (Task Parallel Library): The TPL is used to create multiple threads in a single instance of your application which would be the benefit for almost all tasks that you do in the application, which needs to execute in multiple threads.
Microsoft®.NET Framework 3.5/3.0 Service Pack 1 and
Visual Studio 2005 Service Pack 1 – You can download these in this link

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For more information, please refer to the NSecurity.cpp documentation:

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NSecurity provides a set of.NET-based security APIs to securely grant access to remote resources. Because NSecurity’s access control rules are model driven and easily extendable, they can be used to provide secure access not only to files but to other types of remote resources such as databases, processes or COM objects.
NSecurity build on the core object model of.NET to take advantage of Windows Communication Foundation’s access control, messaging and remoting services and other technology such as Windows Crypto.
NOTE! We use the words “remote” and “resource” interchangeably here. To us, a “remote” resource is any resource that is accessed over network, and is not always bound to a file system or the local hard drive of a local machine.
In Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) 3.0, a key feature is the ability to secure remote calls on a URL, which is also called the scheme-based security. NSecurity exposes the WCF-based scheme-based security model as the base security model. NSecurity provides API to support common security scenarios such as HTTP access, Kerberos, NTLM, and WS-Trust.
More information about Secure Web services, see the WCF MSDN doc.

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NSecurity provides a simple implementation of access control for the application at the ASP.Net level.
This implementation uses the Windows XP mechanism.
In this mechanism, the user is authenticated and permitted to access the ASP.Net pages and methods, according to the access permission on the page/method level.
For information on the basic implementation and usage of NSecurity, please see the demo application at
Security properties of the page:
Access to ASP.Net page: NSecurity
Trusted client: Use identity from the root certificate in Personal Certificate store (windows keystore)
Bypass all security checks: No
Security properties of the method:
Access to ASP.Net method: NSecurity
Trusted client: Use identity from the root certificate in Personal Certificate store (windows keystore)
Bypass all security checks: No
Detailed example:
NSecurity will be initially used to grant access to the page called “Sample” on the server.
Make sure to deploy the Sample.aspx page to the server first.
This means you have to deploy the Sample.aspx with the application.
Please note that Sample.aspx needs to be published using the Microsoft.Web.Administration tool.
After the deployment, go to the server’s IIS folder and open the web.config file by double-clicking on it.
Navigate to  section.
In this section, please make sure to add the following line: 
When you have finished the changes, do a server reboot.
The server will restart and make sure to enable Visual Studio’s IntelliSense on Sample.aspx by pressing CTRL+SHIFT+B.
While the IntelliSense is enabled, go to the event listener attribute for Sample page and click on it (see Figure 2).
**Figure 2. The event listener for the event Sample called **
When you try to go to the sample, you should get the security error: “The server certificate is not trusted because it has unknown issuer.”
Now look at Figure 3, which is the web.config file after the configuration changes.
As you can see, the existing  section is still unchanged.
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Minimum:
OS: Windows 8.1/8/7/Vista/XP (32-bit or 64-bit)
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo, AMD Athlon, or better
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia or ATI DirectX 11-capable video card (with 64 MB video memory)
Hard Drive: 1 GB free space
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0-compatible sound card with hardware acceleration
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OS: Windows 8.1/8/7/Vista/