List/Grid Tag Archives: Security

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A brief chronology of SSL/TLS attacks

I haven’t had a substantial post for quite a long time, so it’s time for something useful and interesting. Although not Java-specific, this post might still be interesting ...
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OAuth 2.0 Bearer Token Profile Vs MAC Token Profile

Almost all the implementation I see today are based on OAuth 2.0 Bearer Token Profile. Of course its an RFC proposed standard today. OAuth 2.0 Bearer Token profile brings a simplified ...
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A Grails plugin to bridge Spring Security and Shiro

I started using Spring Security in 2007 when I was tasked with adding security to a Spring/Hibernate application at the company I was working for. There were a few options to choose ...
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Securing your Tomcat app with SSL and Spring Security

If you’ve seen my last blog, you’ll know that I listed ten things that you can do with Spring Security. However, before you start using Spring Security in earnest one of ...
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Using Cryptography in Java Applications

This post describes how to use the Java Cryptography Architecture (JCA) that allows you to use cryptographic services in your applications. Java Cryptography Architecture Services The ...
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SQL Injection in Java Application

In this post we will discuss what is an SQL Injection attack. and how its may affect any web application its use the back end database. Here i concentrate on java web application. ...
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Database Encryption Using JPA Listeners

I recently had to add database encryption to a few fields and discovered a lot of bad advice out there. Architectural Issues The biggest problem is architectural. If your persistence ...
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Database and Webapp Security

Threat Model This is a discussions on database and webapp security loosely based on the quick reference page on my site. That page is becoming unwieldy and does not make it easy for ...
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Permissions in OSGi

In a previous post, we looked at implementing a sandbox for Java applications in which we can securely run mobile code. This post looks at how to do the same in an OSGi environment.OSGi The ...
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Sandboxing Java Code

In a previous post, we looked at securing mobile Java code. One of the options for doing so is to run the code in a cage or sandbox. This post explores how to set up such a sandbox ...
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