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2005/12/09: Web Services and Security

Author: Bob Swart
Posted: 12/2/2005 11:08:03 AM (GMT+1)

In this SDN Event session on Friday December 9, 2005, I'll cover Web Services and Security using Delphi 2006. Starting with an ASP.NET SOAP Server, adding support for SOAP Headers, and importing the result in both Win32 and .NET clients (using RSA encryption of the password), we end by using WSE 2.0 and WS-Security for the final .NET example.

A detailed article about this topic has just been published in the December issue of The Delphi Magazine.
In this article, I demonstrate various techniques that can be used to secure SOAP messages: adding both authentication and encryption to your web services, for Win32 as well as .NET applications. We learn about encryption and decryption using symmetric and asymmetric algorithms, plus WS-Security and X509 too.


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