NET - What is a Permission? What is a Permission Set?

What is a Permission? What is a Permission Set?

Permission is a rule to enforce restriction on a piece of managed code. This is used by runtime in order to implement its mechanism. Code can request for permissions or runtime can grant permissions on the basis of the characteristics of the code. It also depends on how much the code can be trusted.

There are 3 types of permissions:

1. Code access permissions
2. Identity permissions
3. Role-based security permissions

Permission set is a set of all the permissions that can be assigned to a code group.
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