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Spring Security: Securing Web Services

Anil Vupputuri
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Hi Peter,

Does your book talk about securing Web Services using public - private certificates and keystore?


Thanks.


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Peter Mularien
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Hello Anil,

Unfortunately we do not cover this topic in the book, mainly because as of the time I wrote it, Spring Web Services did not yet support Spring Security 3. Hopefully I will be able to cover this in a blog article or a 2nd edition of the book

That said, the fundamentals of Spring Security 3 are covered quite well, and would certainly help if you are using Spring Security to wrap homebrew or other web services.

Best
Peter


Author, Spring Security 3 (the Book), Packt Publishing, 2010
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