Edit: I admit to being unclear when I first wrote the question. I suppose I wasn't sure of the issue myself, the comments and answers provided up to now helped me focus on the issue, thank you to all ...
Which approach makes most sense to use, the destructive one or the non-destructive one? Does anyone have real-world experience with one, both or even a different approach? Model A permission scheme ...
I am creating a soap service where users will be able to interact with each other. They will have a contact list where people can be added. One of the security measures(others are in place, too) is to ...
I'm looking for good reference on patterns that apply to user security and ACLs for multi-user network applications. I'm re-writing a fairly large application from scratch. Now I'm looking at the ...
I'm in the planning stages of developing a web application that I want to make as secure as possible. I'm pretty clear about how to do that from a technical point of view, but there is one massive ...