Security means many things to many people. For much of its history,
Java security has meant virtual machine and byte code security.
That notion neglects two equally important facets -- application
and network security. In this series of articles, Todd Sundsted
examines virtual machine security, application security, and
network security, explaining what it takes to make your application
secure in each context. In Part 1, he examines the foundation of
Java security: virtual machine and byte code security. (1,500