Monthly Archives: December 2009

Java EE 6: Web Application Security made simple !

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Java EE 6 RI was released few weeks ago….I am bit late to have my first look 🙂  Without a doubt, the new Web container security enhancements are very compelling for any budding or experienced Java developer working on Web applications. The Java EE 6 has unveiled several new security features with ease of use and targetted for simplified Web… Read more »

Drone video feeds got eavesdropped ?

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Interesting news..I am not sure how far this story is true !  The Iraqi insurgents has used the SkyGrabber utility to eavesdrop the live video feeds from the US Drones…as reported by Wallstreet journal yesterday.  Quite interesting to note, the multi-million dollar unmanned aircraft did’nt use “Encrypted Communication” in first place. It’s time for them to deploy a tamper-proof encrypted… Read more »

Does your Performance Tests address Security ?

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The untold reality is ….when your Web application on the DMZ hits the Internet… the colorful performance graphs/numbers does’nt mean anything !  Unless your performance guru in the lab captured the QoS requirements and realized it proactively and accounted its actual overheads associated with Security, Network bandwidth, High-availability and other mission-critical requirements.  Otherwise…performance is the nagging issue that every datacenter guy gnaws…. when an application… Read more »