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Java Authentication Tutorials
Restrict Access to Your Tomcat Web Application
In this article we will address how to protect an application running on a Tomcat server in Jelastic. We recommend two possible solutions on how to restrict access to your app by requesting the user authentication or just denying the access for specified IP addresses. You can choose one of them or use both methods together.
How to do LDAP authentication in Spring with Example
This is a spring ldap authentication tutorial and step by step guide to implement ldap authentication in Active directory.LDAP authentication is must have knowledge for any application developer whether Java or other language. Its most common method of authentication. This article explains ldap authentication in Java, spring and Spring Security with step by step example. but ldap authentication without SSL is not safe and anyone can view user credential because ldap client transfer usernamae and password during ldap bind operation so I have also included ldap using SSL in Spring.
Step through Securing your Grails application
Grails provides all the basic building blocks you need to put together a secure Web application. Setting up an authentication infrastructure answers the question, "Who are you?" Get a hands-on lesson in enabling logins, limiting activity based on whether or not the User is logged in, and how to add in some authorization based on the User's role.
Herong's Tutorial Notes on JDK
This free book is an excellent tutorial book for beginners. It is a collection of notes and sample codes written by the author while he was learning JDK himself. Topics are only related to JDK packages other than java.lang.*: Blowfish, Calendar, certificate, character set, cipher, client authentication, collections, datagram, Date, decryption, DES, digital signature, encryption, DOM, DSA, DTD, example, HTTP, HTTPS, J2SDK, Java, JCA, JDK, JDK 1.3.1, JDK 1.4.1, JDK 1.5.0, key store, keytool, Locale, notes, message digests, MD5, online, private key, public key, RSA, SAX, secret key, SHA, socket, SSL, TLS, unnamed package, Unicode, UTF-8, X.509, XML, XSD, XSL.