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Java Security Handbook

by Jamie Jaworski, Paul Perrone

Publisher: Sams
Publication Date: Thursday, September 21, 2000
Number of Pages: 500
ISBN: 0672316021


Book Summary:
This book is a comprehensive guide to Java security issues. It assumes you are an experienced Java programmer, but have little experience with creating secure applications. This book covers formulating and enacting a network security policy to protect end-users, building e-commerce and database applications that can safely exchange secure information over networks and the Internet, cryptography, digital signatures, key management, and distributed computing: CORBA, RMI, and servlets.

This book is a comprehensive guide to Java security issues. It assumes you are an experienced Java programmer, but have little experience with creating secure applications. This book covers formulating and enacting a network security policy to protect end-users, building e-commerce and database applications that can safely exchange secure information over networks and the Internet, cryptography, digital signatures, key management, and distributed computing: CORBA, RMI, and servlets.


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