Tag Archives: Blazor

Force MFA in Blazor using Azure AD and Continuous Access

This article shows how to force MFA from your application using Azure AD and a continuous access auth context. When producing software which can be deployed to multiple tenants, instead of hoping IT admins configure this correctly in their tenants, you can now force this from the application. Many tenants do not force MFA. Code: […]

Implement Azure AD Continuous Access (CA) standalone with Blazor ASP.NET Core

This post shows how to force an Azure AD policy using Azure AD Continuous Access (CA) in an ASP.NET Core Blazor application. An authentication context is used to require MFA. The “acrs” claim in the id_token is used to validate whether or not an Azure AD CAE policy has been fulfilled. If the claim is […]

Implement Azure AD Continuous Access (CA) step up with ASP.NET Core Blazor using a Web API

This article shows how to implement Azure AD Continuous Access (CA) in a Blazor application which uses a Web API. The API requires an Azure AD conditional access authentication context. In the example code, MFA is required to use the external API. If a user requests data from the API using the required access token […]

Implementing authorization in Blazor ASP.NET Core applications using Azure AD security groups

This article shows how to implement authorization in an ASP.NET Core Blazor application using Azure AD security groups as the data source for the authorization definitions. Policies and claims are used in the application which decouples the descriptions from the Azure AD security groups and the application specific authorization requirements. With this setup, it is […]

Using Blazor with a YARP downstream API protected using certificate authentication

This article shows how to use a downstream API protected with certificate authentication using Microsoft YARP reverse proxy from a Blazor application. The Blazor WASM HTTP requests are sent to a secured backend which uses YARP to forward the requests to the API protected with the certificate authentication. The Blazor application authenticates using the OpenIddict […]

Implement a PWA using Blazor with BFF security and Azure B2C

The article shows how to implement a progressive web application (PWA) using Blazor which is secured using the backend for frontend architecture and Azure B2C as the identity provider. Code https://github.com/damienbod/PwaBlazorBffAzureB2C Setup and challenges with PWAs The application is setup to implement all security in the trusted backend and reduce the security risks of the […]

Secure a Blazor WASM ASP.NET Core hosted APP using BFF and OpenIddict

This article shows how to implement authentication and secure a Blazor WASM application hosted in ASP.NET Core using the backend for frontend (BFF) security architecture to authenticate. All security is implemented in the backend and the Blazor WASM is a view of the ASP.NET Core application, no security is implemented in the public client. The […]

Use calendar, mailbox settings and Teams presence in ASP.NET Core hosted Blazor WASM with Microsoft Graph

This article shows how to use Microsoft Graph with delegated permissions in a Blazor WASM ASP.NET Core hosted application. The application uses Microsoft.Identity.Web and the BFF architecture to authenticate against Azure AD. All security logic is implemented in the trusted backend. Microsoft Graph is used to access mailbox settings, teams presence and a users calendar. […]

Blazor WASM hosted in ASP.NET Core templates with Azure B2C and Azure AD authentication using Backend for Frontend (BFF)

I have implemented many Blazor WASM ASP.NET Core hosted applications now for both Azure AD and Azure B2C authentication. I always implement security for this type of application now using the Backend for Frontend (BFF) security architecture and can remove the tokens from the client. This is also what I recommend. At present, no Microsoft […]

Improving application security in Blazor using HTTP headers – Part 2

This article shows how to improve the security of an ASP.NET Core Blazor application by adding security headers to all HTTP Razor Page responses (Blazor WASM hosted in a ASP.NET Core hosted backend). The security headers are added using the NetEscapades.AspNetCore.SecurityHeaders Nuget package from Andrew Lock. The headers are used to protect the session, not […]