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Security infrastrucature?

Pourang Emami
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Does Web Services technology have a complete and reliable Security infrastrucature?


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Ulf Dittmer
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That depends on your definition of "complete" - everyone has his own concept of how much security is sufficient.

For WS, there is the WS-Security standard, for which an open source implementation is available in the form of WSS4J. WS-Security addresses authentication (by username/password and client certificates), as well as encryption. You can find links to the standard and the software in the WS FAQ.


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