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There have been many problems with software in the past, and applications need to be more robust and provide much better integration with distributed applications. A major problem is that software applications have to interface to many different infrastructures, and it is often to possible to integrate with these in every occasion (Figure 5.1). This chapter outlines the future of software development with the .NET framework, which provides a completely integrated environment and should support applications which are uncrashable, and are portable and inherently secure. The migration towards .NET is likely be slow, though, but the future will be towards an operating environments which provides support for .NET and Java-based programs, and the other types of code being migrated out of the system, as they offer many problems and security weaknesses. Along with this, as has been seen in chapters 3 and 4, there needs to be more stronger support for the authentication of software components, and secure data storage/transmission, in order to enhance security. The authentication, thus, needs to be applied to users, devices and also to software components, where software libraries and components must authenticate themselves properly with hash signatures, and even with digital certificates. In this way, applications can be built using authenticated components. Along with this, authentication allows for the licensing of software components, as only authorized vendors will be allowed to use digitally-signed components. As applications are now increasingly using software components, and libraries, especially ones which could be distributed over networks, the requirement for properly authenticated components is increasing.
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