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Spring Security’s CSRF protection for REST services: the client side and the server side

Spring Security offers CSRF (cross-site request forgery) protection by default for Java web applications. In this post I will examine how you can make that CSRF protection work for a web client interacting with REST-based CSRF-protected services. Both the web client’s code and the server application’s configuration will be described.

End of 2019 news

End of 2019 news

You may have noticed that I haven’t written anything new lately… So instead of leaving you there, wondering what may have happened, I have decided …

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Questions you should ask during an interview

Questions you should ask during an interview

You decided to apply for that position or mission and nailed the technical interview. They want you on board! That sounds great, but… before saying “yes” there might be a few questions you should ask and a few things to clarify.