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As a backend developer for BestInsurance, your task is to secure its RESTful API using Spring Security. The insurance company is running the API in a server that supports OAuth 2.0 authentication. Using the server’s specs, you’ll reproduce the behavior of the authorization server with Spring Security in order to have a local server that is easily configurable for testing purposes. You’ll implement role-based authorization based on the content of JSON Web Tokens (JWT), from the authorization server point of view. This authorization will impact API security, so you will implement a resource server with Spring Security. You’ll also implement unit testing with Spring Security Test, and configure SwaggerUI to make requests that are authorized according to OAuth 2.0, using SpringDocs. When you’re finished you’ll have highly useful Spring Security skills—and confidence that your API is secure!
This liveProject is for beginner and intermediate Java programmers who want to learn how to secure a RESTful API with Spring Security. To begin these liveProjects you’ll need to be familiar with the following:TOOLS
In this liveProject, you’ll learn to secure a RESTful API with Spring Security.
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