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There are several types of cookies:
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Customization cookies that allow users to access services according to their preferences (language, browser, configuration, etc..).
Analytical cookies which allow anonymous analysis of the behavior of web users and allow to measure user activity and develop navigation profiles in order to improve the websites.
So when you access our website, in compliance with Article 22 of Law 34/2002 of the Information Society Services, in the analytical cookies treatment, we have requested your consent to their use. All of this is to improve our services. We use Google Analytics to collect anonymous statistical information such as the number of visitors to our site. Cookies added by Google Analytics are governed by the privacy policies of Google Analytics. If you want you can disable cookies from Google Analytics.
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An important consideration in the creation, deployment, and use of Web services is the message itself. Since Web services rely on the transmission and receipt of SOAP messages, the ability to verify the integrity and authenticity of these messages should have a rather high priority associated with it. Further, since Web services are often used to present commercial transaction interfaces to potential customers, message non-repudiation plays a key role in these scenarios. The XML Signature specification, a W3C/IETF effort, addresses these problems by providing a digital signature framework for XML documents based on standard public key cryptography notions, as discussed in an earlier article. more HEREAdd comments