There are a considerable number of options available to architects and developers when it comes to Web service security. The WEB SERVICE SECURITY guide helps developers and architects make the most appropriate security decisions in the context of the solution's requirements. This asset contains reliable, accurate guidance on how to design and implement secure Web services.
Chapter 1 Introduction
Core Web Service Security Patterns
Chapter 2 Authentication Patterns
Brokered Authentication: Kerberos
Brokered Authentication: X.509 PKI
Brokered Authentication: Security Token Service (STS)
Chapter 3 Message Protection Patterns
Data Origin Authentication
Chapter 4 Implementing Transport and Message Layer Security
Implementing Direct Authentication with UsernameToken in WSE 3.0
Implementing Message Layer Security with Kerberos in WSE 3.0
Implementing Message Layer Security with X.509 Certificates in WSE 3.0
Implementing Message Layer Security with a Security Token Service (STS) in WSE 3.0
References for Transport Layer Security
Additional Web Service Security Patterns and Guidance
Chapter 5 Resource Access Patterns
Protocol Transition with Constrained Delegation Technical Supplement
Chapter 6 Service Boundary Protection Patterns
Message Replay Detection
Implementing Message Replay Detection in WSE 3.0
Implementing Message Validation in WSE 3.0
Implementing Exception Shielding
Chapter 7 Service Deployment Patterns
Perimeter Service Router
Implementing Perimeter Service Router in WSE 3.0
Chapter 8 Technical Supplements
Kerberos Technical Supplement for Windows
X.509 Technical Supplement
WSE 3.0 Security: Interoperability Considerations
Policy Advisor for WSE 3.0
Patterns: A Common Vocabulary for Information Technology Professionals
Chapter 1, "Authentication Patterns"
Chapter 2, "Message Protection Patterns"
Chapter 3, "Implementing Transport and Message Layer Security"
Chapter 4, "Resource Access Patterns"
Chapter 5, "Service Boundary Protection Patterns"
Chapter 6, "Service Deployment Patterns"
Chapter 7, "Technical Supplements"
Community Workspace and Wiki
Appendix Patterns & Pratices
Web Service Security: Scenarios, Patterns, and Implementation Guidance for Web Services Enhancements (WSE) 3.0
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