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What are the patterns (best practices, whatever) to prevent brute force (and features alike) in stateless API architectures that keep the system stateless? Couldn't find anything regarding this topic.

I want to keep the system stateless to keep scalability less painful and easier to maintain. And by scalability, I mean horizontal, across multiple data centers.

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  • It sounds like the protection measures from RESTful APIs would apply, no?
    – schroeder
    Aug 29 at 12:53
  • @schroeder what exactly do you mean by that? wouldn't it affect horizontal scalability? Aug 29 at 13:01
  • I mean that since REST is stateless, and they have a variety of protection measures, that you should be looking at those? You said that you "couldn't find anything regarding this topic".
    – schroeder
    Aug 29 at 13:24
  • @schroeder can you link to these "protection measures" plz? Are they relate to brute force(and similar) attacks? Are you talking about adding layers? Regarding "I couldn't find anything regarding this" - by this, I meant something that will prevent brute force and yet keep the server stateless. So yeah, I didn't find anything useful atm Aug 29 at 15:18
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    Then perhaps it would be helpful if you edited the question to add what you have seen as established controls and why they do not fit your needs. Because from what you have written, I would simply repeat what is readily available as REST approaches.
    – schroeder
    Aug 30 at 6:57

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