|Font End secure authentication only allowed to come from a specific website|
Not sure if I understand your question correctly,
but typically you would encode your client id as a
claim in the security token issued when
authenticating your users. As the security token
is signed by the issuer, you can verify that the
token is not modified when you receive the token
on each request.
Obviously you will need to use the https protocol
to prevent the token from being stolen. See
|chrome disable web security, why should that be allowed?|
CORS is a security feature to protect clients from
CORF, or Cross Origin Request Forgery. It is not
intended to secure servers, as a client can simply
choose to ignore them.
An example of CORF would be visiting a website,
and client-side code on that website interacts
with another website on your behalf, do things
like submitting data to a website, or reading data
that requires authentication as
|OC4J to WebLogic 12c migration and security configuration questions|
With the log file and the web.xml, I can see that
you do need to set up security roles that your
users/groups can be a part of. Right now, your
user has no associated roles, so you are denied.
In your web.xml you need to create a security-role
after </login-config> like:
Then in your
|Where to store JWT in browser? How to protect against CSRF?|
JWT tokens are popular since they are used as the
default token format in new authorization and
authentication protocols like OAuth 2.0 and OpenID
When the token is stored in a cookie, the browser
will automatically send it along with each request
to the same domain and this is still vulnerable to
Bearer authentication is one of the authentication
schemes defined in HTTP.
|Secure login to a website on Azure with Windows authentication and username/password|
Yes, I think what you are describing is doable.
Your first two bullet points are about
authentication. As Azure Active Directory does not
directly support Windows Authentication,
federation is the way to go here.
When you as an internal team member log on, you
land on what is called a home-realm discovery
page, where you pick the realm you want to
authenticate in. Picking the realm of your compa
|Writing custom Shiro realm|
add this to your shiro.ini: securityManager.realms
= $myRealm then in your Driver class
UsernamePasswordToken token = new
instead of an empty passowrd.
I think this worked!
|ASP Classic user login system password security considerations?|
Password recovery/reset goes only to the e-mail
account on file
Make sure your send a reset link expires after a
certain time or after it has been used whichever
Hash stored passwords in the database
Use salts instead of plain hashes. Hashes of most
common passwords are as simple to break as a
Do not set an expiration on session cookies so
they are only st
|Restful authentication as a resource|
I had the same idea years ago before reading the
REST constraints. The answer is simple, it
violates the stateless constraint of REST.
We next add a constraint to the client-server
communication must be stateless in nature, as in
client-stateless-server (CSS) style of Section
3.4.3 (Figure 5-3),
such that each request from client to server
must contain all of the
|Bots preventing Meteor server from deploying on Digital Ocean with Meteor Up|
This shouldn't stop your app from starting. While
it is an error and known bug, it only shows up in
the logs & does not crash or stop your Meteor
Its a bit of a nuisance, these bots scan entire IP
blocks for open proxies. They don't cause any harm
besides the error in your logs.
|Sitecore: Remove Edit option in a Workflow State|
In reviewing the code for the Workflow Panel that
displays the commands for a workflow state, there
isn't any logic that validates against the
Workflow Write Access.
I was forced to create a new class and add an
isAllow check for the Workflow State.
I also have requested that Sitecore list this as a
bug or feature request.
|Usage of myBoolean = !myBoolean|
Your second example is not the same. It ONLY sets
the button invisible, never sets it visible. The
cleanest (IMHO) and functionally equal to the
first would be
|How can a server detect an invalid client|
Short answer: You can't. The client is
fundamentally untrustable. Blizzard (and other
purveyors of anti-cheat software) are engaged in a
constant arms race with the cheaters. You can't
just implement it once and be done with it; you
have to constantly monitor your product (either
heuristically or via player reports) for cheating,
then figure out how to programmatically evaluate
if someone is cheat