Advanced API Security: Securing APIs with OAuth 2.0, OpenID by Prabath Siriwardena

By Prabath Siriwardena

Complex API safeguard is an entire connection with the following wave of demanding situations in firm protection - securing private and non-private APIs. API adoption in either customer and companies has long gone past predictions. It has develop into the 'coolest' manner of disclosing enterprise functionalities to the surface international. either your private and non-private APIs, must be secure, monitored and controlled. defense isn't really an afterthought, yet API safeguard has developed much in final 5 years. the expansion of criteria, in the market, has been exponential.

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CRYPTOGRAPHIC KEYS IN TLS During the TLS handshake, each side derives a master secret using the client-generated random key, the servergenerated random key, and the client-generated premaster secret. The master secret is never transferred over the wire. Using the master secret, each side generates four more keys. The client uses first key to calculate the MAC for each outgoing message. The server uses the same key to validate the MAC of all incoming messages from the client. The server uses the second key to calculate the MAC for each out going message.

Chapter 7 talks more about OAuth and how XACML can be integrated with it. Delegated access control is all about giving someone else access to a resource you own so that they can perform actions on your behalf. Threat Modeling Threat modeling is a methodical, systematic approach to identifying possible security threats and vulnerabilities in a system deployment. First you need to identify all the assets in the system. Assets are the resources you have to protect from intruders. These can be user records/credentials stored in an LDAP, data in a database, files in a file system, CPU power, memory, network bandwidth, and so on.

Com matched issuer: C=US; O=Google Inc; CN=Google Internet Authority G2 SSL certificate verify ok. ■■Note The TLS handshake phase includes three subprotocols: the Handshake protocol, the Change Cipher Spec protocol, and the Alert protocol. The Handshake protocol is responsible for building an agreement between the client and the server on cryptographic keys to be used to protect the application data. Both the client and the server precede the Change Cipher Spec protocol to indicate to the other party that it’s going to switch to a cryptographically secured channel for further communication.

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