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Default do I need to override AuthorizeTag? - Asp.net MVC

I want to ditch the asp.net membership for my current site since my site does things that it considers to be not valid(ie duplicat usernames) plus I want to reduce my baggage since alot of tables and fields I don't need.
So this comes to the Authorize Tag.
I have no clue how it works but I am guessing that it uses the membership stuff and since I am getting rid of it I need to override this. I however am not sure how to override it and not sure if overriding this will cause some hole in my site(since at this time I have no clue what happens in this tag).

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