kamaci kamaci - 1 year ago 95
Java Question

Hashing and Salting Passwords with Spring Security 3

How can I hash passwords and salt them with Spring Security 3?

Ali Ali
Answer Source

Programmatic-ally you would do it as follows:

In your application-context.xml (defined in web.xml under contextConfigLocation) file define the bean (this example uses md5).

<bean class="org.springframework.security.authentication.encoding.Md5PasswordEncoder" id="passwordEncoder" />

Then Autowire the password encoder:

PasswordEncoder passwordEncoder;

In your method or wherever you want to hash and salt.

passwordEncoder.encodePassword("MyPasswordAsString", "mySaltAsStringOrObject");

The above call should return a salted hash (as a String).

That should do it. I'm assuming you can figure out the jar's you'll need.

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