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Internet Forensics

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ISBN-10: 059610006X

ISBN-13: 9780596100063

Edition: 2005

Authors: Robert Jones

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Because it's so large and unregulated, the Internet is a fertile breeding ground for all kinds of scams and schemes. Usually it's your credit card number they're after, and they won't stop there. Not just mere annoyances, these scams are real crimes, with real victims. Now, thanks to "Internet Forensics from O'Reilly, there's something you can do about it. This practical guide to defending against Internet fraud gives you the skills you need to uncover the origins of the spammers, con artists, and identity thieves that plague the Internet. Targeted primarily at the developer community, "Internet Forensics shows you how to extract the information that lies hidden in every email message,…    
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List price: $39.95
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/17/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 238
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Getting Started with JBoss Why ""JBoss at Work""?
Why JBoss? The Example: JAW Motors
The Tools Installing JBoss Deploying Applications to JBoss Looking Ahead
Web Applications
The Servlet Container Three-Tier Applications
Exploring the Presentation Tier Building the View Cars
Page Adding a Model and Controller Looking Ahead
Building and Deploying an EAR WARs Versus EARs Application.xml
Common JAR Deploying the EAR Adding a DAO Using XDoclet Looking Ahead
Databases and JBoss Persistence Options JDBC JNDI JNDI
References in web.xml JBoss DataSource
Descriptors JDBC Driver JARs Database Checklist
Accessing the Database Using Ant Creating JDBCCarDAO Looking Ahead
Hibernate and JBoss
The Pros and Cons of ORMs
Hibernate Mapping Files Hibernate MBean Service Descriptor Creating a HAR Adding the HAR to the EAR Creating a JNDI lookup
Hibernate Checklist
HibernateCarDAO Adding a Car
Editing a Car
Deleting a Car
Looking Ahead
Stateless Session Beans Issues with EJBs Should I Use EJB or Not?
Business Tier Enterprise JavaBeans Our Example Iteration 1-Introduce a Session Bean
Calling the Session Bean from the Controller Servlet EJB-Based JNDI
References in Web-Based Deployment Descriptors Session Bean
Types Session Beans
Remote Versus Local EJB Calls Local and Remote Interfaces
Home Interfaces Reviewing Iteration
1 Testing Iteration 1 Iteration 2-Move Business Logic Out of the Controller Reviewing Iteration
2 Testing Iteration 2 Iteration 3-Buy a Car The Accounting
DTO Developing the Hibernate
DAO Adding buyCar( ) to the Inventory
Fa�adeBean Reviewing Iteration 3 Testing Iteration 3 Final Thoughts on Session Beans Looking Ahead . . .
Java Message Service (JMS) and Message-Driven Beans
Sending Messages with JMS Upgrade the Site: Running a Credit Check JMS Architecture
Overview JMS Messaging Models
Creating a Message
Sending the Message
Core JMS API Sending a JMS Message
References in Web-Based Deployment Descriptors
Deploying JMS Destinations on JBoss JMS Checklist
Message-Driven Beans (MDBs) MDB Checklist
Testing the Credit Check Looking Ahead . . .
JavaMail Running a Credit Check Sending Email Messages with JavaMail
Upgrading the MDB to Send an Email Message
Sending an Email Message JavaMail-Based JNDI
References in EJB Deployment Descriptors
Automating JavaMail-Based JNDI
References with XDoclet Deploying JavaMail on JBoss JavaMail
Checklist Testing the Credit Check Notification Email Looking Ahead . . .
Security J2EE Security Web-Based Security Restricting Access with web.xml JAAS
Deploying a JAAS-Based Security Realm on JBoss
Testing Secure JSPs Protecting the Administrative Actions Web Security Checklist
Integrating Web Tier and EJB Tier Security
EJB Security
EJB Security Checklist Looking Ahead . . .
Web Services Web Services
Architecture JBoss 4.x and Web Services
J2EE 1.4 and Web Services
Implementing J2EE 1.4 Web Services Service
Endpoint Interface (SEI) Modifying ejb-jar.xml webservices.xml
JAX-RPC Mapping File WSDL File Set the Web Service URL Modifying the Inventory
FacadeBean EJB Web Services Deployment Automating Web Services Deployment J2EE Web Services Checklist
Testing Web Services Deployment Web Services Client
Implementing a Web Service Client Web Service Client
Checklist Testing the Web Service Client Final Thoughts on J2EE 1.4 Web Services
Conclusion Congratulations!
ClassLoaders and JBoss
Logging and JBoss
JAAS Tutorial