There are many integrated software solutions available. The concept of digital security has led to physical access controls using biometrics, which essentially is a digital password. Virtual private networks provide a digital version of running your own networking cable. Digital encryption replaced physical ciphers, code words, and carbon paper.
- [Instructor] So there are some software-focused…integrated solutions.…Single sign on tokens and servers,…application level encryption,…virtual private networks, firewall…and intrusion detection software.…Single sign on is another great evolution.…How many of you were good at memorizing…at least 82 passwords that can't be the same,…but have to have 16 ASCII characters…of non-repeating patterns,…and can't be used the past 32 times,…and have to be changed every 14 days,…and must not be entered more than three times?…There's a reason physical penetration of office spaces…is one of the most successful ways to penetrate a network.…
Those requirements only led to folks writing passwords…on sticky notes, white boards, or desks themselves.…Single sign on lets folks remember just one password.…If it is a strong one, it will be hard to break into.…If they use password for their password,…or something ridiculous like that, though,…well then security wasn't meant to be.…While there are likely hardware servers involved,…single sign on is mostly a protocol-based security mechanism…
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- Introduction to Spring
- Configuring the ApplicationContext
- Using the Spring expression language
- Configuring proxies
- Autowiring beans
- Using lifecycle methods
- Configuring beans with XML
- Understanding the initialization phases of the bean lifecycle
- Aspect-oriented programming and Spring