[security-dev] Resteasy 3.0-beta-2 released with OAuth2 support
Anil.Saldhana at redhat.com
Tue Feb 19 21:05:46 EST 2013
On 02/19/2013 11:36 AM, Bill Burke wrote:
> I don't have support for:
> * Implicit
> * Resource Owner Password Credentials Grant
> It only supports Access Code and Client Credentials Grants. For good
> "Implicit" is an optimization for *public*, insecure clients and not a
> protocol that should be promoted or supported by Resteasy or Picketlink,
I am unsure if "implicit" usecase implies insecure. All it does is
avoids the intermediate
> The Resteasy's "Client Credentials Grant" generates a token for *ANY*
> authenticated user, be it client or resource owner. So, it could take
> the place of "Resource Owner Password Credentials Grant". I could
> implement the "Resource Owner Password Credentials Grant" protocol very
> easily if required, but I just don't see the need for it right now.
It is typically used by mobile apps. Doing OAuth style interaction in
native apps is just crazy.
I do not think it is useful for server side hosted apps.
> On 2/19/2013 11:55 AM, Anil Saldhana wrote:
>> I am unsure the RESTEasy Oauth support has all the grant types:
>> I am looking here:
>> On 01/25/2013 08:21 AM, Bill Burke wrote:
>>> I need to write up how it works too. I extended OAuth2 a tiny bit as
>>> well as JWT. If you check out the code, you'll also see I started on an
>>> IDP. If Picklink is ready, I could start implementing on top of it
>>> and/or contribute to the current effort you have on openshift. Let me
>>> The current release's experience is a bit limited because you're lacking
>>> extra metadata that our own IDP could provide.
>>> My current vision on oauth clients is:
>>> * THey must be registered
>>> * They are granted oauth and/or login permissions
>>> * If they are only granted oauth permissions, they must also have the
>>> set of roles that they are allowed to obtain from a user
>>> On 1/24/2013 7:24 PM, Anil Saldhana wrote:
>>>> Fabulous news. Will provide feedback.
>>>> On Jan 24, 2013, at 4:43 PM, Bill Burke <bburke at redhat.com> wrote:
>>>>> Bill Burke
>>>>> JBoss, a division of Red Hat
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