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Spring Recipes pp 171-218 | Cite as

Spring Security

  • Gary Mak
  • Josh Long
  • Daniel Rubio

Abstract

In this chapter, you will learn how to secure applications using the Spring Security framework, a subproject of the Spring framework. Spring Security was initially known as Acegi Security, but its name has been changed since joining with the Spring Portfolio projects. Spring Security can be used to secure any Java application, but it’s mostly used for web-based applications. Web applications, especially those that can be accessed through the Internet, are vulnerable to hacker attacks if they are not secured properly.

Keywords

Configuration File Anonymous User Domain Object Access Control List Access Attribute 
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© Gary Mak, Josh Long, and Daniel Rubio 2010

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  • Gary Mak
  • Josh Long
  • Daniel Rubio

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