Here is an interesting review on my book by Travis Illig that I was referred to by Jim Minatel
Book Review: Professional ASP.NET 3.5 Security, Membership, and Role Management with C# and VB
Here is an excerpt of Travis review:
"Chapter 18, though, is where you'll want to flip right to. This is where it all comes together - all the stuff you'll have learned from the previous chapters, put together in a near-checklist form, so you can take a step back from the application you're working on, look through this, and ask yourself, "Am I doing this in a secure fashion?" Common gotchas and attacks are discussed here as well as ways to protect yourself.
It's definitely not for folks new to ASP.NET - if you haven't written an ASP.NET app before or you're just starting out, this isn't for you. This book gives you in-depth information that, in some cases, you'd only otherwise get by using .NET Reflector to delve into the actual .NET assemblies and follow the code. It's heavy, detailed information. For mid-level to experienced ASP.NET developers, you definitely need to pick this up.
In all, this is one of those books I'm really glad to have on my shelf, right alongside Professional ASP.NET 3.5 in C# and VB."
Hope you enjoy reading this review and reading the book :)
Tags: ASP.NET 3.5, ASP.NET 3.5 Sevurity, C#, Membership, Role Management, VB