Secure a standard Java web application with Spring Security by implementing registration and authentication processes and setting up the Remember Me mechanism. This course shows you how to leverage the powerful authorization mechanisms available and allows you to grasp the full flexibility of Spring expressions. Learn how to secure the REST API of this application and how to set up the advanced ACL Authorization for practical application.
This video course will help you secure your web application with the use of highly practical examples. You will also learn how to implement security checks, thus enabling you to create a staunch authentication mechanism that will prevent spoofing. Integrate with LDAP and progress on to more advanced security techniques such as Remember Me or the powerful ACL mechanism.
- Implement the basic security for a web application starting with authentication and authorization techniques
- Dig deeper into the process of registration, from raw JDBC to the implementation of a more mature and production-ready Hibernate/JPA implementation
- Discuss and learn how to implement Remember Me for a web application along with the benefits that it brings, and also learn about the standard Cookie implementation and the harder-to-attack persistence-backed implementation
- Integrate and set up Spring Security to talk to LDAP
- Map both the users and the authorities/roles and finish with some advanced scenarios
Spring Security SetupModule 2:
The Remember Me AuthenticationModule 4:
Spring Security With LdapModule 5:
Authorization With Spring Expressions
Rest Authentication And AuthorizationModule 7:
Spring Security Acl
Eugen Paraschiv is a Senior Software Engineer living in Bucharest, Romania, and has more than six years of experience developing and securing a wide range of web applications and systems. His current work is focused on security, REST, and machine learning. He has hands-on experience with Spring Security on several large systems and with a variety of security standards (SSO/CAS, LDAP, UAA, OAuth, and so on).
For more information, Eugen blogs at http://www.baeldung.com, tweets at @baeldung, and his projects are live on https://github.com/eugenp.
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Java,Basic Web technologies - HTML, CSS, Scripting and UI fundamentals.
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This course is intended for both Freelance Spring Security Professionals and those seeking a full time web developer career with skills in Spring authentication features integration in Web Applications.
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