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BIS 450 DeVry Week 6 I Lab 7

BIS 450 DeVry Week 6 I Lab

BIS 450 DeVry Week 6 I Lab 7 Downloading is very simple, you can download this Course here: Or Contact us at: SUPPORT@WISEAMERICAN.US BIS 450 DeVry Week 6 iLab 7 BIS450 BIS 450 DeVry Week 6 iLab 7 iLab 7 of 8: Securing the Food Information Guide Database Submit your assignment to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page. See Syllabus, Due Dates for Assignments & Exams, for due dates. i L A B O V E R V I E W Scenario/Summary You have been asked to secure the Maintain Food Information Web form added in the previous lab so that only an authorized administrator can make changes to the database. You will begin by setting up a username and password for the administrator. You will then create a log-in page to allow the administrator to log in to the site. Finally, you will modify the Maintain Food Information form to deny access unless the user is logged in as an administrator. Since this site has only one page with restricted access, and only one administrator who needs to log in to access that page, you will use a simple security scheme in which the log-in credentials are stored in the site’s configuration file. You will then be able to utilize a session variable to keep track of whether or not the administrator is logged in. It should be noted that more complex security schemes exist, which are appropriate for sites with more users and more restricted content. These security schemes are described in this week’s textbook readings and lecture. Deliverables 1. Modified Web.config file on Healthy Eating site on the Web server. 2. Login.aspx Web form created on Healthy Eating site on the Web server, with associated code-behind file. 3. Modified Secure/Admin.aspx form on Healthy Eating site on the Web server. 4. Word document submitted to Dropbox with screenshots of: • Login page after unsuccessful log-in; and • Admin page after successful log-in displaying logout link. Grading Rubric Criteria Points % Step 2: Modify Web.config File (Web.config). • appSettings section added to Web.config file on the Web server • appSettings contains AdminUsername and AdminPassword settings 5 20%