In this tutorial, learn how to secure your Sinch calls in your own backend using the REST API and C#, to control where you connect calls.
Refresh your memory with the Sinch documentation and make sure you have signed up for an account to get started. It will also help if you have followed our previous tutorial about building a secure backend in C#.
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