Secure ASP.NET Core Web API using API Key Authentication

You can easily secure ASP.NET Core Web API using API Key Authentication, it is just a matter of doing few steps and you will be able to secure your endpoints.

In this tutorial I will explain to you how to use API Key to secure your ASP.NET Core Web API in 2 different ways: Custom Attribute and Custom Middleware.

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Aram Tchekrekjian

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Senior Technical Lead at Aramex | Web & Mobile Full Stack | +11 Years Exp. | Founder of codingsonata.com | Juggler

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