Aug 18, 2019 05:43 AM|kashifdotnet|LINK
As far as I understand, for a simple local scenario, we may roll out a simple authentication setup using basic tables and classes (not underestimating security in any way). However, to go all the way, Identity is essential.
Mike, based on your exeperince, can you shed light on the following:
I am interested in knowing what other developers are using for Authentication in real world
MS applications. Are they using ASP.NET Identity as an industry standard
I do not doubt the efforts made by MS to secure the applications, but just need to know if there other options/standards to to follow for authentication/authorization. I do understand that rolling out a custom auth. mechanism is not for the average developer.