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The Java architecture is very security concious. From the standard Java Cryptography Architecture (JCA) to the Java Crytography Extension (JCE) and beyond, you can build secure enterprise applications.   More>>

The Java architecture is very security concious. From the standard Java Cryptography Architecture (JCA) to the Java Crytography Extension (JCE) and beyond, you can build secure enterprise applications. [FAQ Previously managed by John Mitchell and Lennart Jorelid.]"   <<Less

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Hi, I have a problem. I am using JAAS1.0 for authentication. I created a separate JAR file containg ...
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Hello, I try to understand the JAAS integration in J2EE 1.3. I know: J2EE defines a role-based ...
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