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How To Encrypt Tomcat 8 Connections with Apache or Nginx on Ubuntu 16.04

Introduction Apache Tomcat is a web server and servlet container designed to serve Java applications. Frequently used in production enterprise deployments and for smaller application needs, Tomcat is both flexible and powerful. In this guide, we will discuss how to secure your Ubuntu 16.04 Tomcat installation with SSL. By default, upon installation, all communication between the Tomcat server and clients is unencrypted, including any passwords entered or any sensitive data. There are a number of […]

How to connect Django and Apache2

$ sudo apt-get install libapache2-mod-wsgi-py3 $ sudo nano /etc/apache2/sites-available/000-default.conf $ sudo nano /etc/hosts $ sudo nano /etc/apache2/ports.conf $sudo service apache2 restart $sudo nano /home/bhkim/mysite/mysite/  $sudo service apache2 restart

The 8 Principles Of Web Security

Web security is based upon 8 basic principles — these are the goals of security.  1. Authentication Confirm something is authentic. Example: confirming the identity of a user.  2. Authorization Specify access rights to resources. Example: only Joe can view Joe’s account balance.  3. Confidentiality Prevent the disclosure of information to unauthorized individuals or systems. Example: message encryption.  4. 5. Data / Message Integrity Data cannot be modified or corrupted without detection.  6. Availability Web […]

11 Design Principles for Secure Applications

Some Design Principles for Secure Applications Software applications come in all sizes — from small embedded systems to large-scale enterprise systems. There are no hard rules or silver bullets regarding what security concerns should be considered for an application, but the following secure design principles can help guide architects and designers alike. Minimize Attack Surface – Reduce entry points that can be exploited by malicious users Least Privilege – Just having enough access level to do the […]

Creating a Java SOAP Service with Eclipse and Tomcat

Summary Installation of Eclipse Java EE IDE Installation of Apache Tomcat 7 Web Server Configuration of Tomcat 7 Runtime Environment in Eclipse Setup of new Dynamic Web Project in Eclipse Setup of Service Implementation Java Class Setup of new SOAP 1.1 Web Service in Eclipse Testing the new Java SOAP Service with SOAP UI Creating a WAR File for Deployment of the SOAP Service Result

Web Services Interview Questions – SOAP, RESTful

What is a Web Service? Web Services work on client-server model where client applications can access web services over the network. Web services provide endpoint URLs and expose methods that can be accessed over network through client programs written in java, shell script or any other different technologies.Web services are stateless and doesn’t maintain user session like web applications. What are the advantages of Web Services? Some of the advantages of web services are: Interoperability: […]

Java REST/SOAP reference

1. REST Reference Step-by-step RESTful Web service example in Java with eclipse Using Tomcat as Java REST server RESTful Web Services – First Application RESTful Web Service : Get, PathParam, QueryParam, FormParam 2. SOAP Reference Creating a Java SOAP Service with Eclipse and Tomcat

Top 70 Web Services Interview Questions & Answers

1) Define Web Service? A web service is a kind of software that is accessible on the Internet. It makes use of the XML messaging system and offers an easy to understand, interface for the end users. 2) What is new in this field for past few years? The initiation of XML in this field is the advancement that provides web service a single language to communicate in between the RPCs, web services and their […]

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