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Protecting confidentiality of messages using encryption

Ramarao Kannengati and Prasad Chodavarapu

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focuses on defining SOA, Web services, and XML.



Book description:
This chapter discusses how the web services standards support selective encryption of messages. Encryption in web services is built on the solid foundations of encryption technology that is widely used on the web. "Protecting confidentiality of messages using encryption" will show you how you can snoop on the network to intercept messages without the consent of the sender or the receiver.

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This was first published in May 2008

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