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SOAP-Based Security Interaction of Web Service inHeterogeneous Platforms

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With the development and application of SOA technology, security issues of Web services based on heterogeneous platform have become increasingly prominent. The security of SOAP message is of great importance to Web service security. In order to solve the security issue of heterogeneous platforms, a security processing model named SIMSA (Security Interactive Model based on SOAP and Authentication) based on SOAP and authentication is proposed in this paper. By experimental verification, the model ensures the safety of SOAP message transmission and enhances the security of Web service in heterogeneous platforms.

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T. Xu and C. Yi, "SOAP-Based Security Interaction of Web Service inHeterogeneous Platforms," Journal of Information Security, Vol. 2 No. 1, 2011, pp. 1-7. doi: 10.4236/jis.2011.21001.

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