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Which is best book to learn J2EE Security?

 
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Hello to all,
Can someone please recommend a book for Enterprise Java 2 Security?
Thanks,
 
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I have read the book J2EE Security for Servlets, EJBs, and
Web Services
, by Pankaj Kumar, before, I feel it is quite good, as it covers most J2EE components.
You may check it out from your local bookstores or library.
Nick
 
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I just found my bookmark:
http://www.j2ee-security.net/
You may get some sample chapter of the book from the above link. It is about Web Services Security.
Nick
 
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The Java & J2EE Book of the McGraw Hill/Osborne Hacking Exposed series is a good resource.
Here is the book's website
 
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I have published two books on Java security:
"Enterprise Java Security" was released only a few weeks ago, published by Addison-Wesley. It covers both J2EE and J2SE security, servlets and EJBs, crypto, firewalls, architectures, Web services, etc.
"Java 2 Network Security", published by Prentice Hall PTR in 1999.
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