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Securing Java Code: Part 2
Sensitive information refers mainly to passwords, algorithms, and cryptographic keys, but could mean any sort of information a product uses that is not intended for an end user to see. Ideally, this kind of data should never be hard-coded, or put into permanent memory, which can be difficult, because some of Java's other security features, such as automatic garbage collection.
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