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Hi,
Which books is best to read and understand the web services security? Does it also requires Security concepts like digital signatures, public key, private key etc.?

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Lave Kulshreshtha
 
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Hi,

Some of the books for security.
1. J2ee Security for Servlets, EJB, Webservices - Mr.Pankaj Kumar
2. Core Security Patterns -Best practices - Three authors, One of them is Mr. Ramesh Nagappan
3. For Webservices security- Mark O'Neill - Gud book covering all topics in security.

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