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GlassFish Security by Masoud Kalali

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Summary

In this chapter we studied Java EE security in action and developed a secure Java EE application with all of standard modules including EJB, Web, and application clients.

We studied how we can secure EJBs using annotation and then use a web frontend to use the secure EJBs after the user provides correct identification information. We developed a client application to access the secure EJB and later on we studied how we can use SSL and mutual authentication between the application client module and EJB container.

In the next two chapters we will look at GlassFish security independent of the Java EE security and what measures we should consider to have a safe GlassFish installation.

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