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Spring Security 3 by Peter Mularien

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Chapter 10. Single Sign On with Central Authentication Service

In this chapter, we'll examine the use of Central Authentication Service (CAS) as a single sign-on portal for Spring Security-based applications:

During the course of this chapter, we'll:

  • Learn about CAS, its architecture, and benefits to system administrators and organizations of any size
  • Understand how Spring Security can be reconfigured to handle interception of authentication requests and redirect to CAS
  • Configure the JBCP Pets application to utilize CAS single sign-on
  • Integrate CAS with LDAP, and pass data from LDAP to Spring Security via CAS
  • Review the differences between the CAS 2.0 protocol and SAML 1.1

Introducing Central Authentication Service

Central Authentication Service is an ...

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