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JSON Web Tokens are commonly used to authorize request made to an API. NET (both OWIN and Core) has middleware which allows you to easily authorize any request by ensuring the token being passed to the API is valid. At Auth0 we allow signing of tokens using either a symmetric algorithm (HS256), or an asymmetric algorithm (RS256).
HS256 tokens are signed and verified using a simple secret, where as RS256 use a private and public key for signing and verifying the token signatures.
See this blog post by my colleague Shawn Meyer on Navigating RS256 and JWKS for more information.
Well back to the question of validating a token, and in this case specifically a token signed using the RS256 algorithm. NET Core JWT middleware is available on Git Hub and browsing through that gives some clues as to how you can achieve this in a non-ASP. First up ensure that you have the following Nu Get packages installed: Since this mostly geared towards using this technique with Auth0, I am declaring some variables containing my Auth0 Domain and Audience (which with typically your Auth0 API Identifier).
These credentials are then compared against the user store.
If they are valid, then the user is granted a forms authentication ticket, which is a security token that indicates the identity and authenticity of the visitor.
That means any hacker sniffing the network traffic can see the username and password.
To prevent this, it is essential to encrypt the network traffic by using Secure Socket Layers (SSL).
This will ensure that the credentials (as well as the entire page's HTML markup) are encrypted from the moment they leave the browser until they are received by the web server.
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