A security mechanism which enforces policy describing which requesters may perform operations on specified objects. There are typically multiple types of operations. Common operations include: read, write, execute, append, create, and delete.

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Can I use stormpath user management service with a XACML library like BALANA?

I'm trying to implement some security access control in a software I'm building. I came across Stormpath for user management and they have somewhat an approach for RBAC yet what I was considering is ...
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Secure database password stored in an env variable

I need to somewhere store my DB password on my production environment to access the DB. At the moment the prod system is deployed in the cloud, so is the DB. The password, the username and some other ...
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bell lapadula model and composite services

I am studying the security of composite services. The Bell-Lapadula model is useful for access control. Can I use this model for access control in composite services? The security level of each ...
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Restricted Access through Box and log commands

I want to solve following problem. Please share your ideas or directly product name that capable to solve this. Our system administrators need to connect customer's servers but I don't want to share ...
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Can we create custom APDU for non-smart (memory type) contactless card?

I want to implement card-based authentication for the parking system in a university. Currently all students own a Java Card-based student ID card, if they have not broken or lost it. Can we create ...
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Why allow access without an access token but deny access with an invalid access token?

I encountered a data storage service with rather weird access policies. There're "folders" with "files" and each "folder" can have either of the following permissions: anyone in the world can ...
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Since when Access-Control-Allow-Credentials is required?

About several years ago I found a website during a pentest which had the Access-Control-Allow-Origin header set to "*". I made a POC to get the response of a webpage from an untrusted domain. The goal ...
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automatic connection from LSASS to different IPs. Is this the usual behavior?

I'm using windows 7. firefox 22. connecting through a regular residential wifi router. In the last month I've noticed that when I connect to the internet and once in a while my firewall indicates me ...
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What's The Easiest Way To Maintain Remote Users Access to a Webapp

Here is a real world case: A chain of high schools (several hundreds) has many websites (~ 3x number of Schools) that are content driven by users (the students). Every school maintains about 2-4 ...
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How can security models be relevant to the current environment?

I am trying to understand the Clark-Wilson and Brewer Nash Security Models. After deep research, I couldn't find any solution or idea to find out the relevance of these models in the current ...
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Bell-LaPadula implementing by using sets of roles

I have sets of roles defined hierarchically, i.e. role anonymous is a subset of role super-user. The roles are given tu users and also used in the ACL for marking who has access to a resource. ...