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This webcast covers the implications of the Java code vulnerabilities and how companies can protect their code.

Because of its platform independence, Java has become increasingly popular amongst software vendors. However, Java's open source code, publicly available file format and simple instruction set leave it open to prying eyes and hostile analysis.

As organizations move their software products to Java, their critical intellectual property can become increasingly vulnerable to reverse engineering. This webcast covers the implications of the Java code vulnerabilities and how companies can protect their code. (Dale Hopkinson, Anthony Seid)

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