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Scaffold Identity in ASP.NET Core projects | Microsoft Docs

Scaffold Identity in ASP.NET Core projects 10/23/2018 12 minutes to read +1 By Rick Anderson ASP.NET Core 2.1 and later provides ASP.NET Core Identity as a Razor Class Library. Applications that include Identity can apply the scaffolder to selectively add the source code contained in the Identity Razor Class Library (RCL). You might want to generate source code so you can modify the code and change the behavior. For example, you could instruct the scaffolder to generate the code used in registrati

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Secure your ASP.NET Core 2.0 API (part 1 – issuing a JWT)

You’ve built the API but what about security?There are many reasons you might choose to expose an API from your ASP.NET Core 2.0 app: supporting windows-based software, another web application, or maybe you’re building a SAAS product and want to give advanced users some mechanism to integrate with your platform.

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How to Enable HTTPS on the Raspberry Pi Apache Web Server | Variax Firmation

How to Enable HTTPS on the Raspberry Pi Apache Web Server MARCH 18, 2017 ~ FIRMATION Note that this enables only “self-signed” certificates. I followed these directions but invariably encountered problems that were not addressed. Running Wheezy on a Raspberrry Pi B v1.

Thanks for the tutorial! This was a 90% solution. Even after restart, my apache server was not listening on 443 (and would only serve on 80), even though everything was correct. I had to enable the SSL module, then everything worked perfectly. In the tutorial, we have to put in terminal “sudo a2ensite ssl”, for mine to work, I also had to run “sudo a2enmod ssl”. Hope this helps someone else!

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