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Security Technologies for the World Wide Web (Artech House Computer Security Series)by Rolf Oppliger
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This newly revised edition of the Artech House bestseller brings professionals the most, up-to-date, comprehensive analysis of the current trends in WWW security available, with brand new chapters on authentication and authorization infrastructures, server-side security, and risk management. The second edition also covers entirely new topics such as Microsoft. NET Passport. Practitioners gain an in-depth understanding of the key technologies and standards used to secure the World Wide Web, Web-based applications, and Web services.
Book News Annotation:
Intended for professionals, this comprehensive security primer covers the major topics in the field, with chapters on HTTP, proxy servers and firewalls, cryptography, internet security protocols, SSL and TSL protocols, certificate management and public key infrastructures, authentication and authorization infrastructures, electronic payment systems, client-side security, server-side security, privacy protection, intellectual property, censorship, and risk management. Opplinger is a security consultant.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
An overview of security technologies relevant to the World Wide Web, Web-based applications and Web services. This second edition addresses issues related to http security, firewalls and proxy servers, cryptographic security protocols, electronic payment systems and public key infrastructures.
Annotation This newly revised edition brings professionals the most up-to-date, comprehensive analysis of the current trends in Web security available, with new chapters on authentication and authorization infrastructures, server-side security, and risk management.
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