Authenticatorimplementations for the various supported authentication methods (BASIC, DIGEST, and FORM).
Basic implementation of the Valve interface that enforces the
An Authenticator and Valve implementation of HTTP BASIC Authentication, as outlined in RFC 2617: "HTTP Authentication: Basic and Digest Access Authentication."
Parser for an HTTP Authorization header for BASIC authentication as per RFC 2617 section 2, and the Base64 encoded credentials as per RFC 2045 section 6.8.
An Authenticator and Valve implementation of HTTP DIGEST Authentication (see RFC 2069).
An Authenticator and Valve implementation of FORM BASED Authentication, as described in the Servlet API Specification.
An Authenticator and Valve implementation that checks only security constraints not involving user authentication.
Object that saves the critical information from a request so that form-based authentication can reproduce it once the user has been authenticated.
A Valve that supports a "single sign on" user experience, where the security identity of a user who successfully authenticates to one web application is propagated to other web applications in the same security domain.
A class that represents entries in the cache of authenticated users.
Key used by SSO to identify a session.
A SPNEGO authenticator that uses the SPNEGO/Kerberos support built in to Java 6.
This class gets a gss credential via a privileged action.
This class implements a hack around an incompatibility between the SPNEGO implementation in Windows and the SPNEGO implementation in Java 8 update 40 onwards.
An Authenticator and Valve implementation of authentication that utilizes SSL certificates to identify client users.
This package contains
Authenticator implementations for the
various supported authentication methods (BASIC, DIGEST, and FORM). In
addition, there is a convenience base class,
AuthenticatorBase, for customized
If you are using the standard context configuration class
org.apache.catalina.startup.ContextConfig) to configure the
Authenticator associated with a particular context, you can register the Java
class to be used for each possible authentication method by modifying the
following Properties file:
Each of the standard implementations extends a common base class
AuthenticatorBase), which is configured by setting the
following JavaBeans properties (with default values in square brackets):
Realm) if this request is part of an HTTP session? [true]
The standard authentication methods that are currently provided include:
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