All posts tagged with 'Spring Security'

Spring Security 5: New password storage format

13-Jan-18

Spring Security 5 has been out for some days now. People on Spring Boot 1 or plain Spring must manually upgrade their dependencies at the moment to notice the new kid on the block. But with Spring Boot 2 Spring Security 5 will be the default for new applications but also for applications that are […]

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Use Keycloak with your Spring Boot 2 application

28-Dec-17

This post has been featured in the 7th anniversary edition of This Week in Spring – January 2n, 2018. Important updates on March 22nd, 2018: Thanks to valid feedback from friends and colleagues Stéphane and Jochen and in the light of the high interested in this post, I have updated the demo. I basically removed […]

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September wrap-up

19-Sep-17

As the keen reader may have noticed, there hasn’t been an August summary about the work on Spring Boot Buch. There have been several reasons: At the end of July I gave in the manuscript for lecturing at dpunkt.verlag. After that, I took all holiday I had left at my current company and went on […]

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Spring Boot Buch: May recap

31-May-17

May has been a busy month for which I had covering Spring Security for the book on my agenda. You already can see the examples of that chapter here github.com/springbootbuch/security. I think there are some really useful configurations inside. As a matter of fact, shortly after I began that chapter, Spring Security 5.0 M1 has […]

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