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santhosh.R gowda
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security is one of the important feature in java ... so that private members can't be accesed from ouside the class even through
Private members are accesed through reflection in java.lang.reflect package from outside the class.... so security feature does not concern with java.... Please suggest any solution to overcome this?

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Campbell Ritchie
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Java is not designed a a high-security language, but it does have security features. There was a similar discussion earlier today; look at this thread.
santhosh.R gowda
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:Java is not designed a a high-security language, but it does have security features. There was a similar discussion earlier today; look at this thread.
 
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