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Authentication for WCF with Multiple End Points

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I have a WCF Service which has Multiple end Points "OData", "Soap", "JSON". what kind of security Mechanism should i use so that it works across all thre end Points. I would prefer user supplying UserName Password, so that Tracking can be done of the Service.

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