I am interested in knowing how security of web services is handled. Is there a way to encrypt everything that goes in and out of a web service with out coming up with my own solution? I suspect there are built in Mechanisms for handling this that are optimized for performance. Does anyone have any resources they can point me too?
SSL is implemented at the IIS level if you're using windows. It will take care of all the encryption. It's transparent from the ASP.Net side.
You can buy certificates
There are many Password Managers (PM) out there to choose from. PM's can help with your password habits and routines, but they should not be a crutch you rely on too heavily. I also have an article for company/enterprise PM's.
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