I use Spring Boot with Spring Security and Cors Support.   If I execute following code   url = 'http://localhost:5000/api/token' xmlhttp = new XMLHttpRequest xmlhttp.onreadystatechange = ->     if xmlhttp.readyState is 4         console....
I am using Spring-Boot 1.1.7, with spring security, html (no thyme-leaf) and javascript.  I am unable to get my login to work correctly when I use javascript to submit my login.  When I use html with a form, spring-security picks up the requests, aut...
I am planning on building an application with a decoupled front-end and back-end (using only ajax requests). I do not allow cross-site ajax requests. Can I generate a csrf token with an ajax call, by adding an API like /csrf which returns something l...
I'm trying to leverage spring security's  built in CSRF protection. These are the spring versions i'm using:  Spring Framework version  - 4.2.1  Spring security - 4.0.2  The spring security documentation mentions that the login page must...
How do I set up CSRF protection between an AngularJS front end and a Spring Boot REST backend?  Let's take the http.post("/send-pin", JSONobject)... call from the code below as an example.    I am getting the following error in the server...
My Project has ExtJs as Front end and Spring boot as backend. ExtJs will call spring boot which will respond with JSON. I wanted to prevent clickjacking attack in my project. I have a simple html script, which will just load the website in an iframe....
In am working on a Spring Boot (1.3.2) application which just serves Spring MVC REST controllers that are consumed by a JavaScript single page app (deployed standalone, not inside the boot jar). The setup uses Spring Security, Spring Session and has...
In my previous employment I was experiencing a well known problem of being unable to prevent the user from being able to navigate the site using the back button after logging out. My technologies include Spring, JavaScript and potentially the Mobile...
How to NOT share session between multiple browser tabs ?  I am using Spring Security in JSP/Servlet application and I want to know "How can we achieve the behavior with Spring Security where user is forced to login again whenever he changes the b...
This is possible with Thymeleaf 3.0:  /*[# th:if="${user.admin}"]*/     alert('Welcome admin'); /*[/]*/   However this does not work:  /*[# sec:authorize="hasAnyRole('ROLE_ADMIN)"]*/     alert('Welcome admin'); /*[...

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