ReCaptcha login form with Spring Security

Today I’ll show you how to customize Spring Security to create a login form with ReCaptcha verification

The captcha is based on Google ReCaptcha plugin. More info on ReCaptcha here

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Spring Security part VI : Session Timeout handling for Ajax calls

Recently when developing the Tatami application for the Twitter-like contest, I faced an annoying issue: how to detect an user session timeout when an Ajax request is triggered from the browser ?

If you’re not familiar yet with Spring Security, you can check my previous articles on this framework.

In this article we’ll see a solution based on Spring Security filter. For those who don’t use Spring Security I’ll show another approach with servlet filter.

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Spring Security part V : Security tags

Today we discuss about the security tags provided with Spring Security package. These tags allow you to customize your web pages to include/exclude elements based on user roles and credentials

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Spring Security part IV : ExceptionTranslationFilter & FilterSecurityInterceptor

In this post we’ll examine in depth the ExceptionTranslationFilter and FilterSecurityInterceptor filters

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Spring Security part III : AuthenticationProcessingFilter & AnonymousFilter

In this post we’ll examine in depth the AuthenticationProcessingFilter & AnonymousFilter

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Spring Security part II : SecurityContextPersistentFilter & LogoutFilter

In this post we’ll dig into the details of SecurityContextPersistentFilter & LogoutFilter configuration.

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Spring Security part I : Configuration & Security Chain

In this series of articles we’ll dig into the Spring Security framework.

Spring Security can be considered as a flexible and portable security manager. It is a real alternative to built-in security manager available on many application servers.

All transversal tasks related to security management (login, logout, authentication, authorization …) usually handled by the application server can be delegated to Spring Security. It helps decoupling the application logic & security management from the proprietary security implementation provided by different JEE application servers.

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