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You’re a developer for ShareSafe, a company whose customers can upload personal documents, photos, and videos onto ShareSafe’s website using APIs. Your task is to enable ShareSafe’s users to share their files with others. Using Java Spring Boot, you’ll build a simple file transfer REST API service that supports uploading and downloading of files, and you’ll identify and tackle the file upload vulnerabilities of your REST API service. For backend file storage, you’ll implement Amazon Simple Storage Service (AWS S3). Finally, you’ll harden your service against the most common vulnerabilities by configuring and implementing AWS S3 encryption and access-management features. When you’re finished, you’ll have built a file transfer service that provides high scalability, durability, encryption, and backups, and allows your users to share their files with ease.
This liveProject is for programmers familiar with basic REST APIs and Java who are interested in learning to build a simple and secure file-sharing API service. To begin this liveProject, you’ll need to be familiar with the following:TOOLS
In this liveProject, you’ll learn to build a simple file-sharing service and harden it against common vulnerabilities, using secure coding and testing practices.
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