Not Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Web Services Security

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Woody Allen, that famous web services guru and comedian on the side, once described James Joyce as “the most incomprehensible and hence the finest poet of his time.”

Sometimes, it seems as if XML is like the James Joyce figure of computing. With something of the order of 20 new protocols lined up to make the whole web services thing succeed, it's hard enough just to figure out how the stuff, works let alone find the security holes. Even more interesting, in ...

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