Posts Tagged ‘OAuth2’

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How to Customize and Validate the Json Message for GrantType Access Token in Apigee

Overview This use case describes how to customize and validates JSON message for GrantType client credential – AccessToken. What is GrantType client credential? Client POST’s an API call to Apigee with client ID and client secret to fetch the access token from the registered developer application. In addition, query parameter grant_type=client_credentials must be passed in […]

Join Our Sessions at MuleSoft CONNECT 2018

Today kicks off MuleSoft CONNECT 2018 – a conference that is centered on helping attendees learn to design, build, and manage integrations and APIs like experts.  The conference is complete with deep-dive sessions, hands-on training courses, and keynote speakers who will further educate and inspire developers, engineers, architects, and technical decision makers alike! Hear From […]

Securing Rest Service with Spring Security and oAuth2 Method

Micro-services are very popular in the application architecture and more and more enterprises have turned the single instance system to micro-service.  Ideally, the variety of services can be built by different teams with different programming languages such as Nodejs, Java, Go or others. Security is ALWAYS one of the top factors we should take into […]

Applying a Mule API OAuth2 Security Policy

This post demonstrates the steps for applying an OAuth2 policy with Mule API manager. We will use the Mule External OAuth2 Provider as the authorization server. Most of the steps also apply to the Client-ID enforcement policy. For a Client ID policy, you can skip step 4, and pick the Client-ID enforcement policy for step […]

OAuth Dance with Mule External Provider

OAuth Dance sounds like such a romantic term in the otherwise boring IT landscape. The term also helps dazzle many beginners who are trying to grasp the essence of this seemingly magical new security mechanism. Although plenty has been said about OAuth2, I still find it is valuable to walk through all four OAuth grant […]