NET - What are code groups in .NET?

What are code groups in .NET?

- Code group is a logical grouping of code that follows some given conditions for membership.
- They have some permission sets that are checked before granting the membership of the code group.
- Any code that would fulfill the membership condition is included in this group.
- These code groups have associated permission sets which are generally evaluated during a policy grant.
- The security policy are configured by the administrators which help in managing code groups and their associated permission sets.
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