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 Securing Linux for Java Services

With proper precautions, Java server applications running on Linux can provide a very high degree of security -- even higher than native applications -- because Java technology eliminates many of the common sources of vulnerabilities in server applications. This article shows you how Java server technologies fit with Linux, then gives pointers on setting up the Tomcat Java servlet engine on Linux -- securely.

 (Submitted by Anonymous Mon Apr 7, 2003 )

  


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