Chapter 13 Service Security Patterns


Because service-oriented solutions are typically composed of aggregated services, each moving part within a composition architecture can become a potential target for a security breach. The individual service architectures themselves therefore often need to be equipped with extra controls that enable them to withstand common forms of attacks from malicious consumers.

The following chapter provides four patterns that extend service design in support of increased protection from security threats. Exception Shielding ( ...

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