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Securing a Spring Boot REST API with Okta

In this section, we will learn how to  secure a Spring Boot REST API with Okta. What is Okta? Okta is primarily cloud-based identity and access management software that enables secure authentication, Single Sign-On (SSO), Active Directory (AD) and LDAP integration, the centralized deprovisioning of users, multifactor authentication (MFA), mobile identity management, and flexible policies for organization security and control. Okta’s basis is based on the notion of Identity as a Service (IDaaS), which provides enterprises with a comprehensive solution for identity and access management. More Info - click here Why Do We Use Okta? 1. Increased Security It provides a strong and secure authentication architecture that protects enterprises against illegal access and data breaches. 2. Better User Experience Users can access all applications with only one set of credentials thanks to Okta's single sign-on (SSO) capabilities, which make for a faster and more effective user experience. 3. Pr

Spring Boot - Spring Security - Okta OAuth2 Login - Example

Hello everyone, Today we are going to learn how to integrate the Okta OAuth2 Sign-In by utilizing the Spring Boot application. M ore Spring Security topics: Registration and Login with Spring Boot + Spring Security + Thymeleaf Spring Boot-Authentication and Authorization with Spring Security & JWT Spring Security -GitHub OAuth2 Login - Example   Generate Okta OAuth2 credentials   1.  Register Okta developer account  -   click here 2. Customize your goals 3.  After clicking the Customize Goals, one modal will pop up "Tell Us About Yourself" Save the details 4. Create a Web Application(Java) 5.  Create New App 6.  After clicking the Create New App, one modal will pop up "Create a new  app integration" Click the 'Next' Button 7. C hange the Redirect URI to http://localhost:8080/login/oauth2/code/okta  8.  After clicking the Save button, System will generate the Client ID and Client Secret and Okta domain. Now we have successfully created the auth client in