Apache Santuario - XML Security for Java 2.0.4 released
4 days ago

By Colm O hEigeartaigh
Apache Santuario - XML Security for Java 2.0.4 has been released. The issues fixed are available here. Perhaps the most significant issue fixed is an interop issue which emerged when XML Security is used with OpenSAML (see the Apache CXF JIRA where this was
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Vulnerability testing of Apache CXF based web services
1 week ago

By Colm O hEigeartaigh
A number of automated tools can be used to conduct vulnerability or penetration testing of web services. In this article, we will take a look at using WS-Attacker to attack Apache CXF based web service endpoints. WS-Attacker is a useful tool based on SOAP-UI and developed by the Chair of Network and Data Security, Ruhr University Bochum (http://nds.rub.de/) and 3curity GmbH (http://3curity.de/). As an indication of how useful this tool is, it has ...
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Talking about CXF at Apache Con NA 2015
1 month ago

By Sergey Beryozkin
Apache Con NA 2015 will be held in Austin, Texas on April 13-16 and as it is usually the case there will be several presentations done there about Apache CXF. There will be interesting presentations from Hadrian and JB too. There will be many other great presentations as usual.

As far as CXF presentations are concerned:

Aki Yoshida will talk about combining Swagger (Web) Sockets, Apache Olingo and CXF Web Sockets Transport - now, this is seriously cool ...
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Apache CXF is getting JOSE ready
1 month ago

By Sergey Beryozkin
I've already talked about JOSE on this blog. In my opinion, it is one of the key technologies, alongside OAuth2, that will deeply affect the way developers write secure HTTP RS services in the years to come.

A one sentence summary: one can use JOSE to secure, sign and/or encrypt a data content in any format, JSON, text, binaries, anything. JOSE is a key component of an advanced OAuth2 application, but also is a good fit for securing the regular HTTP ...
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Camel CXFRS Improvements
1 month ago

By Sergey Beryozkin
Camel CXFRS is one of the oldest Camel components which was created by Willem Jiang, my former colleague back from IONA Technology days, and maintained by Willem since its early days.

Camel is known to be a very democratic project with respect to supporting all sort of components, and it has many components that can deal with HTTP invocations. CXFRS is indeed just one of them but as you can guess from its name it is dedicated to supporting HTTP ...
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