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Securing the web pages

Bharat Sankannanavar
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Guys,
I just want to know whether is there any way to give a security to the webpages hosted in server. For example, I have hosted jsp application using tomcat. I want to prevent someone from copying those files from tomcat in my computer(Maybe from C Drive). Any help will be appreciated.
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Don't give out your server password. Don't let anyone use your PC.


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Bear Bibeault
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However, there are whole lot of security issues that you didn't even ask about. That's a lot more work and more complicated.
 
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