Java network security

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Prentice Hall PTR, 1998 - Computers - 232 pages
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This book gives managers and administrators the tools they need to build highly-secure, easy-to-administer Java applications and applets. Learn about Java's built-in security capabilities and how you can make the most of them. Discover how to evaluate the security risks associated with using Java in various environments; understand the known loopholes in Java security; and discover techniques and fixes to avoid those security risks. Learn how to establish standards for systems management in Java applications, and how to instrument a Java-based application for control and performance measurement. This is essential reading for all IS managers, administrators, system analysts and consultants who want to build secure, manageable Java applications.

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Contents

An Overview of Java Security
3
Attack and Defense
15
The Java Virtual Machine
47
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

MacGregor is an assignee at IBM's International Technical Support Center