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Security For my web-application

Sarath Koiloth Ramath
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Joined: May 07, 2008
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Hi Friends,

I need my web-application to be accesses from certian Ip addess.How can i acheive this ?

Thank in advance



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Ulf Dittmer
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HttpServletRequest.getRemoteAddr returns the IP address from where the request originates. You can compare that with the list of approved addresses, and return an error (maybe 403 - SC_FORBIDDEN) if it's not in that list.


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Pat Farrell
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Of course, IP addresses are fairly easy to spoof, so if you want real security, you can't rely on the client's TCP/IP address.
 
 
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