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 […]
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 […]
I just stumbled upon an article that wants to show in great detail how to customize Spring Security inside a Spring Boot application.
It first adds the spring-boot-security-starter through…
And if you’re feeling You’ve got everything you came for If you got everything And you don’t want no more You’ve got to just Keep on pushing Keep on pushing Push the sky away “Push The Sky Away” by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds. This is gonna be a lengthy post about always learning […]
At the end of last year, Spring Security 3.2 was released and brought a lot of new features, among them a built-in “Cross Site Request Forgery” protection”. Nearly two years earlier i wrote my CSRF protection implementation with Spring Security 3.1, have a look here. I really like the built-in implementation and most of it […]