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Well, supposedly, you can add the following meta tag to your pages and the XP versions of e.g., Microsoft Internet Explorer won't hack up your pages with their filth... <meta name="MSSmartTags...more
I'm in the group that pronounces it "Rhine-dahl". Some folks pronounce it "reign-dahl". Native Dutch speakers pronounce it correctly. :-)
Which file, in which directory, contains a list of installed Java security providers for Sun's JREs?
They are in the file $JAVA_HOME/jre/lib/security/java.security. Looks like: ####################### security.provider.1=sun.security.provider.Sun security.provider.2=com.sun.crypto.provider.SunJC...more
How can I create a protected, "restricted" website? I.e., where someone can only access the site by e.g., entering a password.
Normally web servers have their own protection system already in place. If you are running Apache, for example, or anothe NCSA compliant web server, you can rely on the standard basic authenticati...more
There is no need for any special configuration for JAAS to be used with the Tomcat server. Make the settings as we do to execute an application program, i.e., changing the java.security,java.pol...more
Check out: Where can I find free implementations of the Java Cryptography Extension (JCE)? Specifically, I'd recommend starting with Cryptix. more
Check out the jGuru Transactions FAQ.
Check out the Sun's Java Connector Architecture homepage.
Check out the jGuru Security FAQ.
Check out the jGuru Tomcat FAQ.
Check out the jGuru Networking FAQ.
Where can I learn (more) about Java's support asynchronous and publish/subscribe messaging using JMS (Java Message Service)?
Check out the jGuru JMS FAQ.
Check out the jGuru Threads FAQ.
Where can I learn (more) about using Java's JNI (Java Native Interface) to interface Java with platform native code?
Check out the jGuru JNI FAQ.
Check out the jGuru JNDI FAQ.