Cryptography for Internet and Database Applications
Developing Secret and Public Key Techniques with Java
By Nick Galbreath
Publisher: Wiley
Final Release Date: February 2003
Pages: 416

Prevent hackers from stealing your data with this detailed guide on how to implement cryptography and secure your information using java

Today's e-commerce and business systems store a tremendous amount of personal and financial information in a central location--;the database--;providing a tempting target for hackers, criminals, and rogue employees. While essential to the complete security picture, traditional network security cannot stop every attack.

In this groundbreaking book, noted security expert Nick Galbreath explains how to improve data security using cryptography. He presents specific implementation guidelines and code examples using Java for security database and Web-based applications. In addition, he explores how to use Java cryptography APIs and implement encryption in order to provide you with a complete prevention security strategy. All of this information will help your company prevent theft of sensible information from hackers and internal misuse.

Packed with tips, code examples, and guidelines, this book covers:
Full technical background on industry standard encryption and hashing algorithms
Guidelines on algorithm selection and usage
How to effectively use and generate random numbers.

Data encoding for customer visible applications
Full introduction and reference on Java's cryptography APIs and architecture
* The application and database architecture for encrypted data

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