New Course Published: Securing ASP.NET Core 3 with OAuth2 and OpenID Connect

I’m very happy to announce my latest Pluralsight course, Securing ASP.NET Core 3 with OAuth2 and OpenID Connect, is now available.  Here’s what you can expect:

Knowing how to secure applications is important, but knowing why we make certain decisions is, arguably, even more important. In this course, Securing ASP.NET Core 3 with OAuth2 and OpenID Connect, you’ll learn the ins and outs of OAuth2 and OpenID Connect (OIDC), being today’s widely-used standards. First, you’ll explore what these standards entail, and how you can integrate their implementations in ASP.NET Core with IdentityServer4. Next, you’ll discover how to secure both a web app and an API. Finally, you’ll learn how to use authorization policies, deal with expired access, and what to think about before going to production. By the end of this course, you’ll have the necessary knowledge to efficiently secure your ASP.NET Core 3 applications.

Yu can find the course over at Pluralsight.  If you don’t have a Pluralsight account, don’t worry – you can register for a free trial here.

Happy coding! :-)

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Looking forward to this! I’s be interested in another Blazor course similar to ‘Authentication and Authorization in Blazor Applications’ but using Client-Side Blazor (CSB)as I believe that is where the demand will be (few too many cons with the SSB in my opinion).

Still like the way the API is split out from the SSB, but using CSB would be a real interest to me.


Janos Jung

I am currently doing the course on PS. It is what I need. I have previously done the RESTful course, I liked that very much too. Keep up the good work, or I will not renew my PS subscription :)


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