C language function:ImpersonateSecurityContext sample codes

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TITLE : Lib/site-packages/win32/Demos/security/sspi/socket_server.py - chromium/deps/python_26 - Git at Google
self.sa.ctxt.ImpersonateSecurityContext().......
http://chromium.googlesource.com/chromium/deps/python_26/+/cd4a3da8f0f0806bec98a40d80484f2362908250/Lib/site-packages/win32/Demos/security/sspi/socket_server.py


TITLE : Using a Token to Execute Code - Programming Server-Side Applications for Microsoft Windows 2000 (Microsoft Programming)
SECURITY_STATUS ImpersonateSecurityContext(.......
http://flylib.com/books/en/4.420.1.88/1/
TITLE : [python-win32] socket-server failed to authorize clients in domain environment
self.sa.ctxt.ImpersonateSecurityContext().......
http://mail.python.org/pipermail/python-win32/2012-January/011971.html
TITLE : .NET Remoting Security Solution, Part 1: Microsoft.Samples.Security.SSPI Assembly
Once the authentication handshake is complete, the server side can optionally call ImpersonateSecurityContext(). This places a token for the client's network logon session on the current thread (an impersonation token). At this point, the server can do work with the caller's credentials........
http://msdn.microsoft.com/ja-jp/library/ms973911.aspx
TITLE : .NET Remoting Security Solution, Part 1: Microsoft.Samples.Security.SSPI Assembly
If the server wishes to undo the effects of the impersonation, he calls RevertSecurityContext(), which removes the impersonation token and returns the security context to its state before ImpersonateSecurityContext() was called........
http://msdn.microsoft.com/ja-jp/library/ms973911.aspx
TITLE : ImpersonateSecurityContext function (Windows)
SECURITY_STATUS SEC_Entry ImpersonateSecurityContext(.......
http://msdn.microsoft.com/ja-jp/library/windows/desktop/aa375497(v=vs.85).aspx
TITLE : Using Authtest with Windows SSPI - Resource Central
attempts to impersonate the client, by using ImpersonateSecurityContext(),.......
http://rc.quest.com/topics/authtest/sspi.php
TITLE : The Active Directory Security Blog: Kerberos Token Bloat - Details, Example, Token Size Calculation Tools and Security Implications
The client and server then each call AcquireCredentialsHandle(), following which the client calls InitializeSecurityContext() and the server calls AcquireSecurityContext(). Under the hood, the Kerberos SSP on the client's machine takes care of requesting a session ticket from the KDC and sending it across to the server, and the Kerberos SSP on the server's machine takes care of receiving and decrypting the ticket. If all's well thus far, the server can then call ImpersonateSecurityContext()........
http://www.active-directory-security.com/2014/05/An-Automated-Kerberos-Token-Size-Calculation-Tool.html
TITLE : The Active Directory Security Blog: Kerberos Token Bloat - Details, Example, Token Size Calculation Tools and Security Implications
The server-side will then call ImpersonateSecurityContext() to ask the SSP to place a token for the clientfs logon session (on the server).......
http://www.active-directory-security.com/2014/05/An-Automated-Kerberos-Token-Size-Calculation-Tool.html
TITLE : pinvoke.net: initializesecuritycontext (secur32)
public static extern int ImpersonateSecurityContext(ref SECURITY_HANDLE phContext);.......
http://www.pinvoke.net/default.aspx/secur32.initializesecuritycontext
TITLE : The Windows secure programming model based on the Windows access control list of the Win32 library with C working program examples
A security package or application server can call the ImpersonateSecurityContext() function to impersonate a client........
http://www.tenouk.com/ModuleI3.html
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