My latest ASP Alliance article has been published today:
The inclusion of Forms Authentication in the .NET Framework has been a significant benefit to developers securing web-based applications. While pages can be secured server-side, local caching by browsers and proxy servers may allow a user to review information even after they have logged out. In some cases, this may present a risk to the user’s confidential information. This article discusses three HTTP headers that can be used to prevent local caching of web pages, adding some protection to the user’s data.
Read more: http://aspalliance.com/694