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Securing Web Services

Panos Periorellis

Securing Web Services

Practical Usage of Standards and Specifications

by Panos Periorellis

  • 157 Want to read
  • 27 Currently reading

Published by Information Science Reference .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • E-Commerce - General,
  • Internet - General,
  • Security - General,
  • Computer - Internet

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12498909M
    ISBN 101599046415
    ISBN 109781599046419

    Further requests to the web service then can use the issued authentication ticket. All other web methods you want to protect you can then decorate with [PrincipalPermission(, Authenticated = true)] These methods will now throw a Security exception if a client is not authenticated. Example for a protected method. This is a book for programmers interested in developing Java web services and Java clients against web services, whatever the implementation language. The book is a code-driven introduction to JAX-WS (Java API for XML-Web Services), the framework of choice for Java web services, whether SOAP-based or REST-style. My approach is to interpret JAX-WSFile Size: 1MB.

    The new book covers the latest specifications in regard to Web services and Web services security. This book is structured into three parts: Part 1 presents the underlying concepts, architectures, and specifications for the use of Web services. Part 2 shows how Web services can be implemented and deployed using the latest IBM products. To use AWS (Amazon Web Services), you must risk the security of your computer in a major way. Administrators and security professionals can quickly drive themselves crazy trying to keep these interconnected computers safe, but that’s part of the job description. You must follow best practices in securing the computer systems, the data they contain, [ ].

      The book will later guide you through improving API resilience, securing your service, and applying different design patterns and techniques to achieve a scalable web service. In addition to this, you'll learn advanced techniques for caching, monitoring, and logging, along with implementing unit and integration testing strategies. 9 Securing Web Services I N PART I,“WEB SERVICES BASICS,” you saw how SOAP enables applications to interact with each other,and how Web Services Definition Language (WSDL) and Universal Description,Discovery,and Integration (UDDI) integrate applications among Size: KB.


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Securing Web Services by Panos Periorellis Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book is a good introduction to the application of security to Web Services and SOA. The authors focus on "message level" security versus "transport level" security, and its application to Web Services.

The book Securing Web Services book standards: WS-Security, WS-Policy, WS-SecurePolicy and other current standards at the time of publishing ().Cited by: Securing Web Services: Practical Usage of Standards and Specifications collects a complete set of studies that address the security and dependability challenges of Web services and the development of protocols to meet those challenges.

Encompassing a complete range of topics including specifications for message level security, transactions, and identity management, Author: Panos Periorellis. Minimize security risks in your system by successfully rolling out secure Web Services with help from this exceptional guide.

Web Services Security covers everything network security professionals need to know, including details on Web Services architecture, SOAP, UDDI, WSDL, XML Signature, XML Encryption, SAML, XACML, XKMS, and more.

You'll also get implementation techniques as well as case studies featuring global service-provision Cited by: Securing Web Services with WS-Security: Demystifying WS-Security, WS-Policy, SAML, XML Signature, and XML Encryption by Jothy Rosenberg.

Comprehensive coverage is given in this up-to-date and practical guide to Web services security--the first to cover the final release of new standards SAML and WS-Security.

The process of securing web services is similar to that of protecting a web URL, and we have seen two examples of that in previous sections. We specify and in Let’s see how to protect the REST web service we developed in Chapter 9, Creating Web Services.

In our previous session, we studied Amazon Web Services Tutorial. Today, we will talk about top 5 Securing Web Services book books to learn Amazon Web Services.

These AWS books will help you to master in Amazon Web Services. Before moving on to the list of AWS books, let’s first discuss what is Amazon Web Services. Securing web services. The Web Services Security specification defines core facilities for protecting the integrity and confidentiality of a message, and provides mechanisms for associating security-related claims with a message.

Web Services Security, an extension of the IBM web services engine, provides a quality of service. A nice book for beginners is Web Application Security by Bryan Sullivan and Vincent Liu. It provides an overview of the possible classes of threats. It helps you identify which ones are more stringent for you application.

You should complement it with some more specific books on those topics. For an introduction to general Web service concepts, see "What are Web Services" in Introducing Web Services.

Securing Web Services Because of its nature (loosely coupled connections) and its use of open access (mainly HTTP), SOA implemented by Web services adds a new set of requirements to the security landscape.

Securing PHP Web Applications is a great book for any PHP developer with an interest in writing better web applications.

It covers a wide range of security topics that every developer should be familiar with. It would be useful for anyone hiring a PHP developer to know the concepts outlined in this book to aid in assessing a developers by: 2.

Welcome to the complete guide to securing Amazon Web Services. As I was researching how to secure my AWS resources, I realized there isn't a one-stop guide for securing every piece of AWS. I've compiled from around the web (including great resources from Amazon,and others) to build this guide.2/5(2).

As explored in Chapter 7, Exchanging Data - Import Sets, Web Services, and Other Integrations, the web services hosted by ServiceNow use basic authentication as This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Securing Web Services: Practical Usage of Standards and Specifications collects a complete set of studies that address the security and dependability challenges of Web services and the development of protocols to meet those challenges.

Encompassing a complete range of topics including specifications for message level security, transactions, and. Web services are a business-driven technology, as they have arisen from a need for on-demand services and just-in-time integration to enable the rapid exploitation of market opportunities.

Security challenges have accelerated alongside the rapid advances in this security requirement standards address a number of security and dependability issues.4/5(1). About Developing and Securing Web Services.

Web services are distributed application components that conform to standards that make them externally available. They solve the problem of integrating diverse computer applications that have been developed independently and run on a variety of software and hardware platforms.

Learn Amazon Web Services in a Month of Lunches. by David Clinton “Learn Amazon Web Services in a Month of Lunches guides you through the process of building a robust and secure web application using the core AWS services you really need to know. [ ]Learn Amazon Web Services in a Month of Lunches gets you started with AWS fast.

Authentication and Authorization in Web API. Secure a Web API with Individual Accounts in Web API External Authentication Services with Web API (C#) Preventing Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) Attacks in Web API.

Enabling Cross-Origin Requests in Web API 2. Authentication Filters in Web API 2. Basic Authentication in Web API. Minimize security risks in your system by successfully rolling out secure Web Services with help from this exceptional guide.

Web Services Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product/5.

In the context of RESTful web services and this book, we are only interested in two forms of security: firstly, securing access to web services; secondly, accessing web services on behalf of our users.

What we accomplish with securing web services is the calculated control of. Web Services 6 Here are the benefits of using Web Services: Exposing the Existing Function on the Network A web service is a unit of managed code that can be remotely invoked using HTTP.

That is, it can be activated using HTTP requests. Web services allow you to expose the functionality of your existing code over the Size: KB. Security becomes even more critical for implementations structured according to service-oriented architecture (SOA) principles, due to loose coupling of services and applications, and their possible operations across trust boundaries.

In this IBM Redbooks® publication, we consider the different ways that CICS Web services can be secured.

The advance of Web services technologies promises to have far-reaching effects on the Internet and enterprise networks. Web services based on the eXtensible Markup Language (XML), SOAP, and related open standards, and deployed in Service Oriented Architectures (SOA) allow data and applications to interact without human intervention through dynamic and ad hoc connections.

The security Cited by: This is a fantastic and thorough book, which was exactly what I wanted. Far and away, my favorite part about this book is the depth to which it explains the technologies that underlie both Web API (namely HTTP) and security, for example X certificates, Federation services, hashing, digital signing and encryption/5(28).