Market_Desc: Am Java Developers and ProgrammersAm Students at the university level Special Features: Am Exclusive coverage: This is the only book that provides programmers with specific need-to-know crypto so they can understand, build, debug, and maintain e-business web applicationsAm Delivers on Programmer to Programmer promiseAm Website: code examples, and working Java examples, along with the popular Bouncycastle libraries will be provided free with the book to facilitate the try-it-out featureAm Provides the security companion to WROX Java and open source books: A programmer can use Beginning Cryptography to create the secure applications being built using J2EE; open source programmers/developers know and use JavaAm Author platform: as co-founder of Bouncycastle, the author will promote the book through Bouncycastle s extensive mail list; the author is highly regarded in both the developer and security/cryptography area and will promote through the Java User Group and security user groups; the author will be an active wrox.com participant About The Book: The book tells the reader how to understand and use JCE, JCA, and the JSSE for encryption and authentication. It walks the reader through how padding mechanisms work in ciphers, as well as spot and fix typical errors. The book also provides an understanding of how authentication mechanisms can be implemented in Java and why they are used. Through this text, the reader can easily understand how certificates are constructed, how to use the to generate certificates, validate certificate chains, create private credential objects which can be sensibly imported into other vendor products, as well understand how protocols like Cryptographic Message Syntax (CMS, or PKCS 7), S/MIME and SSL work.Market_Desc: Am Java Developers and ProgrammersAm Students at the university level Special Features: Am Exclusive coverage: This is the only book that provides programmers with specific need-to-know crypto so they can understand, build, ...
|Title||:||Beginning Cryptography with Java|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2005-09-01|