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XML Serialization and Firewalls - CodeProject

A sample on transmitting binary content over firewalls; Author: carlosmsr; Updated: 7 Jul 2007; Section: Internet / Network; Chapter: General Programming; Updated: 7 Jul 2007...
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End2End WS-Security with Oracle ESB (OESB) (SOA Tips)

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Bridging from HTTP+WS-Security to JMS with the WSO2 ESB | WSO2 Oxygen Tank

Bridging from HTTP+WS-Security to JMS with the WSO2 ESB | WSO2 Oxygen Tank | Webservice Security Advanced | Scoop.it
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How to pass Security Credentials from BPEL to ESB to a Web Service

How to pass Security Credentials from BPEL to ESB to a Web Service | Webservice Security Advanced | Scoop.it

I have seen people facing problems to pass security credentials from an ESB routing service to a WS-Security compliant Web Service. Passing security credentials from ESB routing service is possible but it's tricky. You need to play with the XSLT transformation to add WS-Security tokens in SOAP header of a Web Service request.

http://biemond.blogspot.fr/2009/06/passing-ws-security-credentials-in.html

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How to Secure AJAX Requests | Introduction | InformIT

How to Secure AJAX Requests | Introduction | InformIT | Webservice Security Advanced | Scoop.it
It's always important to implement some sort of security model in your database-enabled AJAX applications, says Kris Hadlock. Otherwise, you leave your database completely exposed.
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HOW TO: Secure XML Web Services with Secure Socket Layer in Windows 2000

HOW TO: Secure XML Web Services with Secure Socket Layer in Windows 2000 | Webservice Security Advanced | Scoop.it
This step-by-step article describes how to configure a current XML Web service to use an encrypted channel with a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) connection. Configure Your Web Server for SSL Your XML Web Service will be running on Internet Information...
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WS-SecureConversation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

WS-SecureConversation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia | Webservice Security Advanced | Scoop.it

WS-SecureConversation is a Web Services specification, created by IBM and others, that works in conjunction with WS-Security, WS-Trust and WS-Policy to allow the creation and sharing of security contexts. Extending the use cases of WS-Security, the purpose of WS-SecureConversation is to establish security contexts for multiple SOAP message exchanges, reducing the overhead of key establishment.[1]

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Open Source and SOA, ESB and Security: SAML tokens and WS-Trust Security Token Service (STS)

Open Source and SOA, ESB and Security: SAML tokens and WS-Trust Security Token Service (STS) | Webservice Security Advanced | Scoop.it
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11-WS-Trust_march02-10.pdf

A pattern for the WS-Trust standard for web services

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Securing XML Web Services: XML Firewalls and XML VPNs - CodeProject

Discuss XML and Web services-specific security challenges and presents the limitations of an SSL or sole XML Firewall solution.
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How to convert HTTP Basic Authentication to WS-Security Username Token? | WSO2 Oxygen Tank

How to convert HTTP Basic Authentication to WS-Security Username Token? | WSO2 Oxygen Tank | Webservice Security Advanced | Scoop.it

http://docs.wso2.org/wiki/display/ESB450/Converting+HTTP+Basic+Authentication+to+WS-Security+Username+Token

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WS-Security and SAML for Mule

Mule has had support for WS-Security via CXF for some time now, but Mule 2.2.4 Enterprise goes a bit further still with the inclusion of the Mule SAML Module and a new WS-Security example.
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Secure, Reliable, Transacted Web Services: Architecture and Composition

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How to Secure REST and JSON

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Here at Layer 7 we get asked a lot about our support for REST. We actually have a lot to offer to secure, monitor and manage REST-style transactions. The truth is, although we really like SOAP and ...
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Using WSS4J/Axis2 API, Part 1: Sending WS-Security Signature and Encryption Profiles to Axis2/Rampart Web service

Using WSS4J/Axis2 API, Part 1: Sending WS-Security Signature and Encryption Profiles to Axis2/Rampart Web service | Webservice Security Advanced | Scoop.it
To enable Web services to communicate securely and to guarantee the correctness of the data being communicated, WS-Security specification specifies several Security Profiles, using which one can achieve Data Non-reputation and Data Encryption along...
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Fuse ESB - Web Services Security Guide - Introduction to WS-Trust

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