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Øredev 2008 - Java - Introducing Spring Security

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Introducing Spring Security
Ben Alex, SpringSource, Australia
Spring Security is a popular, open-source Java security framework that represents the Spring
portfolio's official security capability. It has received hundreds of thousands of...

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Introducing Spring Security
Ben Alex, SpringSource, Australia
Spring Security is a popular, open-source Java security framework that represents the Spring
portfolio's official security capability. It has received hundreds of thousands of downloads, been
ported to other platforms (such as Python and Microsoft .NET) and represents a popular choice in
many banking, government, and military installations.
This session presents practical solutions for addressing today’s complex enterprise application
security requirements using Spring Security. It takes attendees on a step-by-step journey that begins
with the simple security requirement of a login form, and grows to include more advanced
requirements such as web request authorization, single sign on and federated identity (OpenID),
advanced method authorization, plus rich client security considerations.
Ben's security sessions are always intensely demonstration-oriented, and this session promises at
least five separate live demonstrations and code discussions. As such, you will not only discover the
important architectural concepts and standards applicable to enterprise application security, but
you'll also receive plenty of practical tips and solid advice on using this powerful and flexible
security framework.

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  • Repositories 33:38
  • Scripts 31:31
  • authorization 40:32
  • SEC 44:37
  • 5 40:25
  • EL 44:37
  • annotations 44:37
  • Auth 24:42
  • Method 40:32
  • Shell 31:31
  • you 2:14
  • Demo 40:25
  • DB 24:42
  • Authorisation 35:54
  • LDAP 24:42
  • thank 2:14

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Feb 13, 2011

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Dec 03, 2010

best!

Brarus

Nov 18, 2010

Best tutorial that i'll
seen

rsd_2010

Nov 18, 2010

Really good tutorial

UnderwaterHotel

Nov 15, 2010

thx

shibani

Sep 14, 2010

require urgent help on this guys

http://forum.springsource.org/showthread.php?t=95180

shibani

Sep 13, 2010

please help

shibani

Sep 13, 2010

I am using spring-security-core-2.0.4 with springframework-2.5.
> I am using atlassain crowd for authentication and authorization.
> One thing I found in my com.atlassian.crowd.integration.springsecurity.use r.CrowdUserDetails class is, the below getter throws exception always if there is a request to get the password. For me in my code I am not doing anything explicitly to get the password infact I dont want that. The Crowd SpringSecurityConnector is the one who is trying to get the password for remember me purpose. For me http autoconfig is set to true. I tried a lot find out the way to disable remember me functionality; but no luck. Please gimme some inputs..
> public String getPassword()
> {
> throw new UnsupportedOperationException("Not giving you the password");
> }

> I do not want this remember me functionality; is there a way to disable the same???
> i am getting the below exception on valid credentials (as spring security is trying to get the password and crowd is not allow

1stmeet

May 23, 2010

thanks

BertramMille

May 08, 2010

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BennyTribali

May 08, 2010

;)

BellaComelin

May 08, 2010

lol !

BasilZonule

May 08, 2010

Thanks .

BaldwinPlano

May 08, 2010

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