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This article describes how the emerging WS-Security standard was used to secure a Web service that was developed and deployed in the fall of 2002.

Implementing WS-Security

       

This article describes how the emerging WS-Security standard was used to secure a Web service that was developed and deployed in the fall of 2002. The article will discuss the security-related requirements of the Web service and how they were met using a combination of HTTPS/SSL, digital certificates, and digital signature technologies.

  1. Web services security - ready to do business
    Over the past couple of years, Web services has gone from being an overly-hyped technology to one that many organizations are using productively. The early implementations, like all new technology projects, tended to be sandbox-type efforts or projects that were small, inside the firewall, and non-mission-critical in nature.
      

  2. The WS-Security Standard
    Clearly an industry standard way of securing a Web service was required, and IBM, Microsoft, and VeriSign responded to this need in April, 2002.

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Posted on: April 3, 2006

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R.Kishore kumar
September 26, 2012
Implementing WS-Security

how to implement WS-Security in Netbeans?
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