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Evidence is the collection of information about an assembly and its origin. Evidence includes the following: Strong name. This consists of the assembly s public key, friendly name, and version. Publisher. This is the Microsoft Authenticode signature. Zone. This is the origination of the assembly, such as the local computer, intranet, or Internet zone. Location. This is the actual location of the assembly, which can be expressed as a URL, Universal Naming Convention (UNC) path, or local computer folder. Cryptographic hash. This is the cryptographic hash of the assembly. Some evidence is considered to be stronger that other types of evidence. Security policies can be based on the strength of the evidence. For example, strong names and Authenticode signatures are much stronger than the location and zone information.
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Code Access Permissions are the rights to access certain resources. There are many types of Code Access Permission in the .NET Framework. Many of these permissions are implemented within the .NET Framework to secure the system resources. Table 13.1 contains a list of the Code Access Permissions that are included in the .NET Framework.
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Table 13.1 The Code Access Permissions Included in the .NET Framework DESCRIPTION Controls the ability to access DNS servers Controls access to the system and user environment variables Controls access to the event logs Controls access to file dialog boxes in the user interface Controls access to files and folders on the file system Controls access to isolated storage Controls access to message queues Controls database access by the OLEDB data access provider Controls access to performance counters Controls access to printers Controls access to type metadata by reflection Controls access to the Registry Controls ability to execute code, assert permissions, and call unmanaged code Controls the ability to start or stop services Controls the ability to connect to other computers by means of sockets Controls database access by the Microsoft SQL Server data access provider Controls access to windows and other user interface elements Controls the ability to connect to other computers by means of HTTP
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PERMISSION DnsPermission EnvironmentPermission EventLogPermission FileDialogPermission FileIOPermission IsolatedStorgeFilePermission MessageQueuePermission OleDbPermission PerformanceCounterPermission PrintingPermission ReflectionPermission RegistryPermission SecurityPermission ServiceControllerPermission SocketPermission SqlClientPermission UIPermission WebPermission
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The .NET Framework grants a set of permissions to every assembly that is loaded. These permissions are used to access resources and are permission sets. The security policy looks at the assembly s evidence and decides what permissions should be assigned to the assembly.
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Code groups are used to define the permissions that an assembly should receive. An assembly can be a member of many code groups. When a code group is created, it is assigned a membership condition and a set of permissions that its members should receive. For example, there is a code group called Internet_Zone. Its membership condition is that the assembly be located on the Internet. It has no permissions. There is another code group called My_Computer_Zone. Its membership condition is that the assembly be located on the current user s machine. This code group has several permissions assigned to it. The assembly receives the union of the permissions that are assigned to every code group of which it is a member.
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Security policy levels are levels of security that may be applied for the Enterprise, the Local Computer, the User, and the Application Domain. Each of these policy levels contains its own hierarchy of code groups. The Enterprise policies can be set by the network administrator, and affect all managed code in the domain. The Local Computer policies can be set by the local computer administrator. The User policies can be set by the local user or local administrator. The Application Domain policies are optional and provide isolation, unloading, and security boundaries that are used for managed code execution. An assembly s effective permissions are calculated by looping through each policy level. Within each policy level, the assembly s evidence is collected and code group membership is evaluated. Permissions are assigned based on code group membership. The assembly receives the union of the permissions, based on code group membership. The resultant permissions are then intersected with the permissions of the next policy, and so on (see Figure 13.23). The effective security permissions that an assembly has can be different on every machine. This means that the developer must be intimately involved with the runtime security system, using Declarative and Imperative security calls. The runtime already contains security calls for the system resources, to ensure that the required permissions are assigned to the assembly.
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