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IBM WebSphere Application Server v7.0 Security by Omar Siliceo

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Chapter 2. Securing the Administrative Interface

Did your parents, or other adults, ever tell you when you were a child, "make sure you lock the door when you leave the house"? Why was that? Normally, you have a lock on the front door so only those persons who have the correct key can get in the house. I say normally, because there may be people out there like my late grandfather in-law, who used to live in a small town in Tennessee. He would keep his house locked while he was at home and would keep it unlocked when nobody was home in case a relative or friend would need to go inside his home. The same applies to your WebSphere Application Server (WAS ND7) infrastructure. Not having a secured administrative interface (that is, having global security ...

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