When you create models in Entity Framework you have the possibility to generalize parts of it into reusable types by adding the ComplexType attribute. To illustrate I have a made up example of an access definition type that can be used on many different user-to-something connections to define what kind of access the user has.
Traditional security in web applications has focused on securing a file or folder through web.config. The problem with this security model is that a path is unreliable when using routing. Two different routes can lead to the same function and thus both routes need to be secured. This opens up for security holes. When looking
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