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Web Service Security - Level of details needed (for part2)

san kumar parihar
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I would like to hear from others on level of details that we need to provide to secure web services consumed by SuD.

a) Assuming I want to restrict it to basic authentication and some transport level security what should be covered and how (Sequence diagram, Notes etc)?
b) Do I really need to use WS-Security? If yes how do I need to demonstrate generation/propagation of wsse:UsernameToken to service provider? What else should be covered?

Thanks in advance.
 
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