Access the full course here: https://javabrains.io/courses/javaee_advjaxrs Let's look at how to send Basic Auth REST API requests using Postman.
Access the full course here: https://javabrains.io/courses/javaee_advjaxrs Let's implement Basic Auth by using a Security Request Filter and have clients login using a user ID and password.
Access the full course here: https://javabrains.io/courses/javaee_advjaxrs This lesson aims to explain the different approaches to authentication for a REST API application. It also explains the workings of Basic Auth, the authentication mechanism we'll implement in this course.
Do you use REST and JAX-RS from your mobile and HTML5 apps to communicate with back-end services? Are you doing so securely? Attend this session to learn how vulnerabilities such as cross-site request forgery (CSRF) can be used by attackers to hack your JSON services. Find out how to develop applications that are resistant to such attacks and how to use simple authentication, access control, and encryption techniques to protect your RESTful services. The session includes live demos that show developers and architects how to secure critical REST services and stop hackers from exploiting their applications. Author: Frank Kim Frank Kim is the founder and principal consultant with ThinkSec as well as the curriculum lead for application security at the SANS Institute. Frank has over 14 years of experience in software development, information technology, and security. He has designed and developed applications for large healthcare, technology, insurance, and consulting companies. Frank currently focuses on security strategy and application security program development with a special interest in integrating security into the software development life cycle. Frank is the author of the SANS Institute's Secure Coding in Java course. He has spoken internationally at events like JavaOne, Devoxx, Jazoon, and UberConf and was recently named a JavaOne Rock Star. View more trainings by Frank Kim at https://www.parleys.com/author/frank-kim Find more related tutorials at https://www.parleys.com/category/developer-training-tutorials
Access the full course here: https://javabrains.io/courses/javaee_advjaxrs In this lesson, we'll understand what JAX-RS interceptors are, how they are different from filters, and how they work on the client as well as the server.