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Comparing two JVM cacert files
This can come in very handy, if you need to compare 2 different projects or envs. For example Development server against prod, to ensure they both have same certs stored in cacerts (sampled by java among others). Code to generate list of certs, along with there alias, entry, owner and valid dates is supplied at the URL.
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Java 2 Platform and JAAS Authorization Architectures
Follow along as Java architect Abhijit Belapurkar leads this detailed, behind-the-scenes introduction to two distinctly different (yet related) models of authorization: the code-centric model of the Java 2 platform security architecture and the user-centric model of the Java Authentication and Authorization Service.
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Secure communication between peers: SSL through JSSE
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A core requirement of any non-trivial P2P application is secure communication between peers. While the details of the security depend on how the application will be used and on what it will protect, it's often possible to implement strong, general-purpose security using off-the-shelf technology such as SSL. This article demonstrates how to use SSL (via JSSE) in P2P security.
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Your guide to weblet security
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Weblets are Java programs that run in a browser, using DirectDOM to directly manipulate displayed documents. Like most Web-based programs, weblets pose a threat to system security if they're mishandled. Fortunately, weblets come with built-in security in the form of the Java sandbox. This final installment of a three-part series on DirectDOM and weblet-based development shows you how to use the sandbox to your best advantage. With simple, working examples, this article demonstrates what a weblet can and can't do by default, and also shows you how to get around the constraints of the sandbox when the situation calls for it.
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A three-pronged solution for identifying users
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The problem of system security starts with discovering the identity of the user on the other end of the communications link. This article discusses three familiar approaches for identifying users, highlights their strengths and weaknesses (alone and in combinations), and provides some examples of each.
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