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Posted by Eric Gunnewegh at 13:26 on Thursday 29 March    Add 'Securing Java applications with Acegi, Part 1: Architectural overview and security filters' site to delicious  Add 'Securing Java applications with Acegi, Part 1: Architectural overview and security filters' site to technorati  Add 'Securing Java applications with Acegi, Part 1: Architectural overview and security filters' site to digg  Add 'Securing Java applications with Acegi, Part 1: Architectural overview and security filters' site to dzone

This three-part series introduces Acegi Security System, a formidable open source security framework for Java™ enterprise applications. In this first article, consultant Bilal Siddiqui introduces you to the architecture and components of Acegi and shows you how to use it to secure a simple Java enterprise application.

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In his first article at Javalobby, Matthew Porter introduces Acegi Security – an open source framework for securing your Spring based Java applications. Learn about authentication and authorization with Acegi in this first part of the two part series. [javalobby]


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