In this episode we take a look at how to retrieve secrets from Azure Key Vault for use in your ASP.NET Core application
6 Comments on "ASP.NET Monsters #107: Azure Key Valut"
@Wobble: oh look at that – thanks, I’ve fixed it.
There's a typo in the title of this video. *VaultMight help search engines when people are searching for this topic.
@Tony: I must say I hadn’t considered that. It is possible to build cryptographic systems such that not even the designer can read the secrets – in fact, I’d say it is fundamental to such a system. Personally, I find it pretty unlikely that THE MAN is interested in decrypting the keys I’m using to store credentials for my recipe collection. As with all things here is the related XKCD comic xkcd.com/538/
@MaheshkMSFT: Thanks for the tip. Using certificates makes a lot more sense than securing passwords with other passwords. I’ll have to dig into this a bit more and do a followup video.
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