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Mini-tutorial: The Java security model

Posted on April 7, 2006 in Articles | by

Many Web-based applications use the Java programming language to create mobile code objects (applets) that execute on the end user’s machine. As a security professional, you need to have an understanding of how this technology functions from a security perspective to ensure that it’s properly implemented on your Web server and that you understand the risks and countermeasures when users on your network download mobile code from other sources.

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Published in SearchSoftwareQuality on 04/07/06

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