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Providing Security for Client-Server Applications

Madalina-Eleonora GHEORGHE

​Computer Science for Business, Romanian-American University, Romania





In the context of digital evolution, the security of client-server applications is a matter of great importance in the Internet and intranet networks. Ensuring network security is done through a multitude of security services such as authentication, authorization, availability, confidentiality, integrity, and non-repudiation. Their implementation is accomplished through different security models, such as arborescent and stratified. Some of the security techniques are physical security, logic, public-key cryptography, private key cryptography, digital signature, digital certificate, hash technique, bookmarks, and security policies. Some of the aspects studied are vulnerabilities, types of attacks: local, remote, active, cryptographic and security protocols.

Keywords: security, client, server, network


​- security

- client

- server

- network


Published: September 2019

Issue: Vol. 1, No. 2 (2019)    Volume 1, Issue 2, 2019

Pages: 27-40

Section: Articles


Please cite this article as:

Gheorghe, M-E. (2019). Providing Security for Client-Server Applications. Research Focus, 1(2), 27-40. doi:






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