0 Replies Latest reply on Jul 27, 2006 11:05 AM by David Smiley

    Securing / Blocking JNDI from TCP/IP access

    David Smiley Newbie

      Hi. I'm using JBoss with a webapp and a datasource in JNDI. I would like to configure JNDI to not expose itself to TCP/IP whatsoever. I have no need for JNDI other than within-VM purposes.

      I've looked at this already:
      http://wiki.jboss.org/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=XMBeansforSecurity and It's nice to know I could secure JNDI, but I'd like to leave JNDI unexposed to the network in the first place.

      I know firewalls can help but, again, I don't even want JNDI messing with TCP/IP to do its job.