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There are many concerns surrounding the security of Java applets and applications downloaded from the Internet. But because Java developers placed a lot of importance on security from the start, Java is the preferred technology for use in networked environments. When Java's security features are implemented properly, Java programs are safe and can be downloaded to your computer without any security risk. There are a number of ways to implement security in Java. Security features can be applied to applets running in browsers as well as to Java applications. This article discusses the features of the Security Manager class. Java Security Manager The Java Security Manager arbitrates access to many of the operating system features such as files, network sockets and printers. It provides fine-grained control over which operations can be performed by code running within... (more)