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spring boot security dao authentication - authorities removed


spring boot security dao authentication - authorities removed

By : Chelskiing
Date : November 20 2020, 03:01 PM
this one helps. dur was correct, the 401 was caused by a password mismatch. I had written a small routine to take a plain text string and bcrypt it. `
code :
        String creds = "xxxxxxx";       
        BCryptPasswordEncoder bCryptPasswordEncoder = new BCryptPasswordEncoder();
        String encPassword = bCryptPasswordEncoder.encode(creds);


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Spring Security: One Authentication Provider for loading authorities and other for real authentication

Spring Security: One Authentication Provider for loading authorities and other for real authentication


By : user3687069
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue You need to implement your own authentication provider, but of course you can reuse the DaoAuthenticationProvider and LDAP authentication provider.
BTW: the authorization part of the Ldap authentication provider is done in LdapAuthoritiesPopulator.
Grails Spring Security X509 for Authentication and LDAP for Authorities

Grails Spring Security X509 for Authentication and LDAP for Authorities


By : Fernanda Garcia
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. NOTE: THE FOLLOWING WORKS WITH Spring-Security-Core v1.2.7.3, Configuration names are different in 2.0RC2
Following a few different ideas, this is what I came up with. This assumes you already have LDAP working with a custom and UserDetailsContextMapper (see: ldap documentation):
code :
grails.plugins.springsecurity.providerNames = [
                                       'preAuthenticatedAutehnticationProvider',
                                       'ldapAuthProvider',
                                       'daoAutehnticationProvider',
                                       'anonymousAuthenticationProvider', 
                                       'rememberMeAuthenticationProvider']
ldapUserDetailsService(org.springframework.security.ldap.userdetails.LdapUserDetailsService, 
                       ref('ldapUserSearch'),
                       ref('ldapAuthoritiesPopulator')) {
    userDetailsMapper = ref('ldapUserDetailsMapper')
}

userDetailsByNameServiceWrapper(org.springframework.security.core.userdetails.UserDetailsByNameServiceWrapper) {
    userDetailsService = ref('ldapUserDetailsService')
}

preAuthenticatedAuthenticationProvider(org.springframework.security.web.authentication.preauth.PreAuthenticatedAuthenticationProvider) {
    preAuthenticatedUserDetailsService = ref('userDetailsByNameServiceWrapper')
}
Spring security switch to Ldap authentication and database authorities

Spring security switch to Ldap authentication and database authorities


By : Juanita Beach
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue Spring Security already supports LDAP out-of-the-box. It actually has a whole chapter on this.
To use and configure LDAP add the spring-security-ldap dependency and next use the AuthenticationManagerBuilder.ldapAuthentication to configure it. The LdapAuthenticationProviderConfigurer allows you to set the needed things up.
code :
@Autowired
public void configureGlobal(AuthenticationManagerBuilder auth) throws Exception {
    auth.ldapAuthentication()
      .contextSource()
        .url(...)
        .port(...)
        .managerDn(...)
        .managerPassword(...)
      .and()
        .passwordEncoder(passwordEncoder())
        .userSearchBase(...)        
        .ldapAuthoritiesPopulator(new UserServiceLdapAuthoritiesPopulater(this.userService));      
}
spring boot oauth2.0 and spring security: How to grant permission(authorities) to user login via facebook or slack

spring boot oauth2.0 and spring security: How to grant permission(authorities) to user login via facebook or slack


By : jack
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue I have a suggestion for step 2: After the user uses the google authentication, and gets redirected back to your application page, do the claims transformation on your server and generate your own token issued by the identity server that you have.
The reason is you will be able to provide specific claims and the claims names does not necessarily required to match up.
How can I set up own authorities in Spring Boot Security?

How can I set up own authorities in Spring Boot Security?


By : vfowler
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . You can create 3 Roles as ADMIN, USER_RW, USER_R
ADMIN: will have all the authority USER_RW: the user who can perform read-write USER_R: the user who can only read
code :
authorities.add(new SimpleGrantedAuthority("ROLENAME")); 
.antMatchers("/endpoint/**").hasAuthority("ROLENAME")
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