Java security snake oil?

Nerney, Chris
November 1997
Network World;11/03/97, Vol. 14 Issue 44, p1
Trade Publication
Discusses the threat of hostile Java applets and its implications for Java security vendors. Companies offering software aimed at protecting network from hostile Java applet attacks; Analysts' assessment of the threat; Security built into the Java network; Market demand to block Java applets.


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