Web Services Cryptographic Patterns

Web Services Cryptographic Patterns

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Data security has been identified as one of the most important concerns where sensitive messages are exchanged over the network. In web service architecture multiple distributed applications communicate with each other over the network by sending XML messages. How can we protect these sensitive messages? Some web services standards have emerged to tackle this problem. The XML Encryption standard defines the process of encrypting and decrypting all of an XML message, part of an XML message, or even an external resource. Like XML Encryption, the XML Signature standard specifies how to digitally sign an entire XML message, part of an XML message, or an external object. WS-Security defines how to embed security tokens, XML encryption, and XML signature into XML documents. It does not define new security mechanisms but leverages existing security technologies such as encryption and digital signature.and others. However, the most common implementation of SOA is web services. 2.2 Web Services and Standards Web service is defined by the W3C as aquot;a software system designed to support interoperable machine-to-machine interactionanbsp;...

Title:Web Services Cryptographic Patterns
Publisher:ProQuest - 2009

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