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Dare Obasanjo wrote:
> It's one thing to be against clients remotely executing code on a server
> and another to scapegoat SOAP in an ill-conceived attempt to garner
> negative press towards a misunderstood technology.
> After all, buffer overflows are possible in all web applications written
> in unsafe languages. Whether they use SOAP or not is inconsequential.
I would suggest that one of the security advantages of Web Services is that you can specify the lengths and types of all fields using XML Schema, and that you use a robust third-party component to parse and validate the actual data.