(2) Another way is to use Basic Auth of Tomcat
But if your webapp is getting complex I would prefer to use Spring Boot + Spring Security. Or maybe JavaEE + Security?
ime...@gmail.com schrieb am Mittwoch, 21. Oktober 2020 um 21:53:22 UTC+2:
It's Java + Tomcat + GWT service servlet.I think, it depends on what kind of server-side technology do you use.I'm using normally REST APIs with Spring Boot and for that part I use Spring Security with OAuth2 / JWT token.But the simplest one would be using Spring Boot and Spring Security like this example: https://spring.io/guides/gs/securing-webHope this helps!ime...@gmail.com schrieb am Mittwoch, 21. Oktober 2020 um 20:56:10 UTC+2:Are there best practices for securing RPC calls? In an app I'm working on some of the calls are OK to go through without authentication, and some do require authentication and authorization. Any thoughts / suggestions?Slava--
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