Welcome to the online version of Securing Java: Getting Down to Business with Mobile Code. Putting a 300+ page book online is no easy task -- but hopefully navigating through it is. The online version of this book has been designed to work with you rather than against you to find information and read the text; generally, navigation should be pretty self-explanatory, but if you need a hand, here is a quick rundown of how things are laid out:
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- There is a chapter bar at the bottom of each page that allows you to jump to the front of any chapter in the book as well as other main sections such as the table of contents.
- When you get into reading the book itself, each front chapter page has a list of subsections that you can jump to. You can also use the arrows at the top of each page to go to the previous page or next page in the book. Keep in mind that one web page does not equal one physical page of the book, rather one page is usually equal to one full subsection of a chapter.
- You can search the text of the book from almost anywhere via the search box at the bottom of the page.
- Clicking on a footnote number will bring up a new window with the footnote. This works in Netscape and Opera, though Internet Explorer will open the footnote in the same window -- if you use IE, use the "Back" button to return to the chapter.
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Copyright ©1999 Gary McGraw and Edward Felten.
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Published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.