kandi X-RAY | oauth2-resource Summary
kandi X-RAY | oauth2-resource Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Perform before logging
- Get annotated parameter value
- Extracts the IP address from the request
- Returns a string representation of this object
- Returns a hashCode instance for the item
- Handle the request
- Returns the server host
- Returns a string representation of this class
- Returns a hashCode of this object
- Returns a String representation of this class
- Creates a hash code for this record
- Checks if two coupon entities are equal
- Compares two coupon template entities
- The client bean
- Converts a JWT into a collection of authorities
- Get request headers
- Invokes the authorize method and returns the result
- Returns the list of Coupon entities for the given user
- Handles a 404 exception
- Handle exception
- Handle exception handling
- Load attributes
- Apply CORS configuration
- Download a file
- Serves a file
- Append filters
oauth2-resource Key Features
oauth2-resource Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on oauth2-resource
I have a Spring Cloud Gateway running with this dependency:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-07 at 09:22
I was trying to find a property or another way than create a @Bean or @Configuration class.
But, at least, the correct answer for my particular problem is this:
I want to implement security on my Spring cloud gateway server by making it an oAuth2 resource server. The requests are getting authenticated against my spring security authorization server. For some requests I want to pass the
userId of the authenticated user as a request header to my downstream services.
Here's my route:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-15 at 16:07
You could create custom filter that will be applied to all requests. Here is an example when
user is a part of the jwt token.
Hi I'm using the Which azure-spring-boot-sample-active-directory example to use to validate access token in a Spring Boot application coming from a Vue.js application? 03-resource-server code to validate the token. But I'm getting an 401 response all the time while using Postman and no Body in response. what might be the issue? I'm stuck on this for last few days Please do help
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-02 at 14:32
Your Java code looks pretty correct. I would start with adding extra logging to your application properties file to see if that tells you anything, eg:
When using simple spring boot configuration with normal spring parent in pom.xml I have no problem configuring oauth2 resource server.
However with JHipster dependency management by no means i can configure it. I was trying to do it just by adding...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-23 at 15:56
Hello i did it this way, 1-find the .yo-rc.json file of you project 2-open the file and find the tag "authenticationType", it should appear like "authenticationType": "jwt", change it to "authenticationType": "oauth2" 3 - run again the jhipster command in your project.
Here you have a video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIRjgd_3sMQ
I'm trying to implement opaque token validation for my resource server, which runs on Spring Boot 2.4.5 with the dependencies
oauth2-oidc-sdk, and I am struggling to make the call to the introspection endpoint work.
The authorization server is WSO2 Identity Server.
Here's my code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-17 at 16:14
The problem is with the WSO2 Identity Server's certificate. You need to import the it into java's cacerts file (inside lib/security).
I have small project in spring boot with oauth2, i want to run resource server
- Java 17
- spring-boot-starter-parent version 2.5.6
- spring-cloud-dependencies version 2020.0.4
When i want to run my app i have exception:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-31 at 03:05
consider add xml lib in dependency, as:
I need to run on
AWS EC2 me
I have a
I know that there are many analogs of my problem, but I did not find anything with the
The structure of my project is as follows...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-04 at 09:11
As a result, I tricky with the
What did I do to make it work:
- Created a new project in start.spring.io with
Spring Boot 2.5.8(SNAPSHOT).
- Moved the whole project to a new one.
- I also used 2 commands before
gradle build. And in the working version I used
gradlew clean build.
- And launched the
Hope it helps someone someday :)
I'm configuring spring cloud api gateway to support several security chains. To do that I'm using several security filter chains which triggered on specific security header presence:
- The legacy one which already use Authorization header
- And new implementation, that integrated with external idp. This solution utilize resource service capabilities. And for this chain I'd like to use, lets say "New-Auth" header.
In case I tune my current setup to trigger second (idp) chain on Authorization header presence (and make call with IDP token), then everything works fine. This way security chain validates token that it expect in Authorization header against idp jwk. But this header is already reserved for legacy auth.
I guess I need a way to point spring resource server chain a new header name to look for.
My security dependencies:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-04 at 16:51
You can specify a
ServerAuthenticationConverter to your
oauth2ResourceServer configuration, like so:
So I'm working on a Resource Server (a Spring Boot app), and I would like to leverage the goodies of Spring Security OAuth2 Resource Server library.
The problem I'm facing right now is that the Authorization Server (another Spring Boot app) signs JWTs with a symmetric key, that was set to a pretty short string a long time ago, and I that cannot change.
I tried this, following the Spring Security documentation:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-04 at 11:51
it looks like that ,HMAC, if the secret length is shorter than the block size of hash algorithm it would pad the secret with zeros.
and according to this
Block size: the size of the data block the underlying hash algorithm operates upon. For SHA-256, this is 512 bits, for SHA-384 and SHA-512, this is 1024 bits.
Output length: the size of the hash value produced by the underlying hash algorithm. For SHA-256, this is 256 bits, for SHA-384 this is 384 bits, and for SHA-512, this is 512 bits.
the block size of SHA-512 is 128 bytes.
I suggest that if the source used HS512 algorithm try to pad the secret with zeros to see if it works or not. if you have
Guava library in your class path:
I am trying to familiarize myself with Spring Security, in particular migrating from Spring Security OAuth to Soring Security (as in the following example/guide https://github.com/spring-projects/spring-security/wiki/OAuth-2.0-Migration-Guide).
However, I am seeming to only get 403 Forbidden errors. I am accessing from Postman and am using my company's existing OAuth server. I am able to get a token from the auth server, so I know I have those credentials correct and I have verified what roles the OAuth user has.
I am using the following dependencies:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-27 at 02:15
There may be a couple of things happening.
As you're migrating to Spring Security 5, you may need to extract your authorities manually. Check this post and it's correct answer.
You are using hasRole function and this will append "ROLE_" before your authority/role. So if the role on your JWT token is not ROLE_JWT_ROLE you should use hasTransaction.
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use oauth2-resource like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the oauth2-resource component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
Reuse Trending Solutions
Subscribe to our newsletter for trending solutions and developer bootcamps
Share this Page