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We are trying to use the Elytron v 1.7.0 security with WildFly 15.0.1 Final version. We can configure the JDBC realm with Oracle XE 11g and as such there are no issues if everything is in clear text. Our main purpose is to secure our EJBs so that only the principals with approved roles and identities can access them. However, we need the… (Show more)
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This blog post describes how to secure EJBs deployed to WildFly 11 using Elytron and how to invoke them from a standalone remote client. If you haven’t already, take a look at the Elytron documentation  on how to create security realms, security domains, and authentication factories. In this post, we’ll make use of a security domain… (Show more)
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Hello,   I am trying first time to add trusted certificate in WildFly. Maybe someone has instructions how to do it?
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WildFly Elytron 1.8.0.Final has been released and is included with WildFly 16 Final, which is now available for download. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at what’s new in Elytron in WildFly 16.   Silent mode for HTTP Basic authentication  Setting a simple property for the HTTP Basic authentication mechanism in your application’s deployment… (Show more)
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The WildFly 11 release includes a new security framework WildFly Elytron, a number of blog posts are being written by a number of engineers so this article is to try and collect references to them in one location.   Although this initially contains links to blog posts written by the core engineering teams feel free to add links to any blog posts…
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An Elytron principal transformer can be used to map a principal from one form to another. Although there are a few different principal transformers that can be used out of the box with WildFly, it is also possible to implement custom principal transformers that can be registered using the Elytron subsystem. In this blog post, we’ll see how to… (Show more)
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Hello,   I have Wildfly 10 successfully running with a LetsEncrypt certificate.  I just renewed the certificate and it appears that I have to restart Wildfly for the new certificate to be recognized.  To test this I accessed the server after having renewed the certificate (and converted to .jks format) and Firefox showed the original/soon to… (Show more)
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Although Elytron was developed for the WildFly application server, it is possible to use Elytron outside of WildFly. This blog post is going to give an overview of how to secure an embedded Jetty server using Elytron. In particular, we’re going to take a look at an example embedded Jetty application that makes use of HTTP Basic authentication and… (Show more)
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