Encrypting the Java Serialized Object

By: Alan Ward


The pros and cons of encrypting Java objects are examined, not in terms of Class files that can be signed, transmitted through secure channels (such as SSL) and stored in protected volumes on disk, but rather as serialized objects that can do all that — and maintain their state through transmission as well.

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Alan Ward, “Encrypting the Java Serialized Object”, Journal of Object Technology, Volume 5, no. 8 (November 2006), pp. 49-57, doi:10.5381/jot.2006.5.8.c6.

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