As .NET becomes the standard way to create Windows applications, a whole new set of issues and questions have already been raised about security and the .NET framework. This authoritative book addresses those issues by covering the different aspects of the .NET security model. ".NET Security" is designed to be a reference for any developer who wants to understand the security aspects of the .NET framework. There are many new concepts that the framework brings to light, such as managed code, permissions, and evidence. Jason Bock demonstrates to the reader how to write .NET code such that the developer can create secure systems with the .NET framework. Bock also discusses ways that someone may try to break the security model in .NET, and how .NET prevents such intrusions.