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Implementing XML Signatures in WSS4J By Bilal Siddiqui
Bulding on previous Java Web Services Security columns, Bilal Siddiqui shows us how to implement XML signature support. [Oct. 20, 2004]

Implementing XML Signatures in WSS4J-Backup By Bilal Siddiqui
Bulding on previous Java Web Services Security columns, Bilal Siddiqui shows us how to implement XML signature support. [Oct. 20, 2004]

Signing Messages with XSS4J By Bilal Siddiqui
Bilal Siddiqui continues his series on Java Web Services Security, covering signing XML messages with the IBM XSS4J toolkit. [Jun. 2, 2004]

Implementing XML Encryption in Java By Bilal Siddiqui
In the third of his series on Web Services Security for Java, Bilal Siddiqui joins together the pieces and adds XML encryption support to his WSS4J project. [Apr. 21, 2004]

Using XSS4J for XML Encryption By Bilal Siddiqui
In the second part of his series on implementing web services security, Bilal Siddiqui introduces IBM alphaWorks' XML Security Suite for Java. [Nov. 25, 2003]

Web Services Security for Java By Bilal Siddiqui
This first article in a new column by Bilal Siddiqui embarks upon deploying web services security. Siddiqui introduces the use cases for a Java web service security API, and begins its implementation. [Oct. 28, 2003]