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HACKING EXPOSED WEB APPLICATIONS, 3rd Edition by Sima Caleb, Liu Vincent, Scambray Joel

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CHAPTER 7 ATTACKING XML WEB SERVICES

Several years have passed since XML web services were enthusiastically introduced in the computing world, enjoying backing and support from Internet technology juggernauts including Microsoft, IBM, and Sun. Initially, web services were mainly presented as the “glue” that would allow disparate web applications to communicate with each other effortlessly and with minimal human intervention. As Microsoft put it, web services would provide “a loosely-coupled, language-neutral, platform-independent way of linking applications within organizations, across enterprises, and across the Internet.” Nowadays, web services have surpassed the realm of heterogeneous application intercommunications and are widely used ...

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