I need to allow users access to an application after verifying that they belong to the claimed institute through university email id. So that if a person claims that he belongs to Stanford University, ...
I would like to know how important hacks happened, because I can figure out how they hacked a website but I can't figure out how did they hacked into NASA International Space Station source code. Or ...
I'm looking for a spreadsheet/template that allows the business-rules (i.e. 'who has access to what') to be mapped, visualized and analyzed. In the past I have created a couple of these (some even ...
Is there a common system or pattern that combines the permissions given by a role in a RBAC-system with permissions in relation to dataownership? For example: Bob is a doctor and has the role ...
I read an article documenting Twitter abruptly pulling its OAuth support back in April 2009. The article said it wouldn't specify the hole for security reasons, but mentioned "social engineering" is ...
I am implementing the Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) model security system and I have a dilemma: one User1 is in Role1 and is in Role2. Role1 allows access to the Resource1 and Role2 denies access ...
OAuth seems to be getting a lot of traction at the moment as an authorization solution for web applications and mobile applications. I'm interested in understanding what the pitfalls of using OAuth ...
What are the benefits of each, and when should I choose one over the other? Are there situations where these should be merged? Do you have examples of common usages? And what about MAC, where ...