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Custom Membership Providers in ASP.Net

Authentication is an integral part of every web application. A number of ways exist to provide authentication support to your websites. But, I personally found that ASP.NET's authentication model is good for this purpose. ASP.NET supports a number of authentication models such as forms, windows, passport, etc. Using one of these methods is surprisingly simple. This article concentrates on implementing forms authentication for an ASP.NET MVC application. TheMembershipProvider class acts as the basis for this article. So, initially, I will be briefly explaining how to use the built-in membership provider. After that, I will go into details of how to implement a custom membership provider. At the end of this article, I will make sure that you have a fully working application that implements authorization.
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