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Understanding the Java Virtual Machine: Security

Course Summary

This course covers the details of code security explaining how the SecurityManager and the AccessController work together to grant permissions to code in the current call stack. We cover how to grant permissions based on policy and how to create your own permissions and also cover how to limit the stack walk so that privileged code can run.


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    Course Syllabus

    Introduction
    - 16m 42s

    —Introduction 1m 38s
    —Introducing the Players 4m 22s
    —The Players In Detail 3m 4s
    —Bringing It all Together 3m 26s
    —Demonstrating Code Level Security 4m 10s
    Running Code Securely
    - 52m 31s

    —Introduction 2m 49s
    —What Is Policy? 5m 29s
    —How Is Policy Established? 4m 17s
    —Demonstrating Policy 3m 55s
    —Replacing and Augmenting Default Policy 1m 8s
    —Demonstrating Replacing and Augmenting Default Policy 3m 12s
    —What Is CodeSource and How Is It Used? 3m 8s
    —Demonstrating Using CodeSource 4m 37s
    —Walking the Stack 3m 6s
    —Demonstrating Walking the Stack 3m 32s
    —Signing JAR Files 1m 23s
    —Demonstrating Signing JAR Files 6m 59s
    —Writing Your Own Permissions 3m 41s
    —Demonstrating Writing Your Own Permissions 4m 31s
    —Summary 0m 38s
    Privileged Scopes
    - 12m 2s


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

This course is listed under Development & Implementations and IT Security & Architecture Community

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