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Avoid Top 5 Web Service Security Flaws

The "Top 5" threats list for web services notes that many vulnerabilities arise from some common practices -- including the use of open or standards-based technologies. Learn how XML parsing and WSDL publishing can open up your business to attacks, and get some expert tips for avoiding security holes.

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Top 5 Web Service Security Flaws Identified

There is a new Top 5 threats list for web services. Surprisingly, many vulnerabilities come from open or standards-based technologies. Prepared by web services researcher Spire Security LLC and Forum Systems, a web service security provider of Web services-related threats. See how XML parsing and WSDL scanning can impact the security of your web service project.

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Top 5 Web Service Security Flaws Identified

There a new Top 5 threats list for web services. The report was prepared by web services researcher Spire Security LLC and Forum Systems, a web service security provider. Many of the threats will sound familiar to long-time web-based developers, but see how XML parsing and WSDL scanning can impact the security of your web service project.

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Financial Developers Gain Better Legacy Access

Enterprise developers in the financial sector will find one legacy vendor is making it easier to build web services that connect to legacy applications. Misys' Midas straight-through processing system, used by more than 800 banks and financial institutions worldwide, has opened up the gates to back-end data, applications and workflow through support for XML, SOAP, Java and VB/ASP. See what's bankable for web services development in the new release.

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W3C Enters Uncertain Waters with New Workflow Group

This month, the W3C officially began the process of exploring standards for Choreography -- the way web services will exchange business rules for workflow within an enterprise and between businesses. But even before the new working group holds its first meeting, political and technical rifts among vendors could cloud the work's immediate impact.

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IBM, Microsoft Eye Grid Computing for Web Services

Grid Computing, once the realm of academic and scientific geeks, is suddenly attracting growing interest from commercial vendors such as IBM, Microsoft and others. Find out what they see in "Grid," and how it may change the face of data integration and web services development in the near future.

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Command and Control to Drive Profits and Decision Making



  • Dan Tortorici - Director of BPM Product Marketing

Mobile Application Development Survey – Executive Summary



  • Ross King – Principal – King Research

 

APIs and SOA - Making Money & Preventing Failure



  • Alistair Farquharson - CTO