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Security consideration while designing architecture

 
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Hi Amritendu,

Does your book have questions related to security considerations while designing architectures? Like Best Practices?
Could you please suggest a book in this regard from which I can learn more on this?

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More details on security where a dedicated chapter is available http://java.boot.by/scea5-guide/ch08.html.
JEE 5 security section also covers the basics of it.
Yet to go through Amritendu's book to comment on it.
 
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I have a security chapter containing 20 questions. Also there is consideration of security in assignment and essay.

I read Core security patterns. It is a very good book which describes security considerations for B2C site.
 
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