Each client will receive an encrypted token from the server when a valid user name and password is supplied to the server. The token is required in order to enable client access to server resources. When the server receives a request it authenticates the user to ensure the user has permission to access the requested resource.
The server component is implemented using Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) REST Service. As a result, other security models are available. The WCF REST Service supports different models to secure communication between the client and server. The communication can be secured by applying HTTPS/SSL, using basic authentication or digest authentication.
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