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GlassFish Security by Masoud Kalali

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Chapter 3. Designing and Developing Secure Java EE Applications

In previous chapters we discussed how we can utilize Java EE capabilities to secure our Java EE applications. In this chapter, we are going to put what we learned into practice and develop a secure Java EE application with all standard modules including Web, EJB, and application client modules.

Security is an orthogonal concern for an application and we should assess it right from the start by reviewing the analysis we receive from business and functional analysts. Assessing the security requirements results in understanding the functionalities we need to include in our architecture to deliver a secure application covering the necessary requirements.

Security necessities can include ...

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