[Java-project] Spago & security

::SammyRulez:: sammyrulez at gmail.com
Wed May 14 04:06:08 EDT 2008


Hi

a co-worker of mine used it a while a go. He said it haven't any
built-in security in the meaning of authorization or anti
sql-injection , xss.

It has a an pluggable authentication system and you can use acegi to
do the other stuff.

I hope it helps

2008/5/7 Erwin Geirnaert <erwin.geirnaert at zionsecurity.com>:
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> Anyone of you with some input/feedback on the Spago framework?
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