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Managing WebLogic Security

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Overview of Security Management


How Security Changed in WebLogic Server

Change in Scope of Security Realms

Security Providers

Security Policies Instead of ACLs

WebLogic Resources

Deployment Descriptors and the WebLogic Server Administration Console

The Default Security Configuration in WebLogic Server

Configuration Steps for Security

What Is Compatibility Security?

Management Tasks Available in Compatibility Security

Customizing the Default Security Configuration

Why Customize the Default Security Configuration?

Creating a New Security Realm

Testing a New Security Realm

Setting a New Security Realm as the Default (Active) Security Realm

Deleting a Security Realm

Reverting to a Previous Security Configuration

Configuring Security Providers

When Do I Need to Configure a Security Provider?

Configuring a WebLogic Adjudication Provider

Configuring a WebLogic Auditing Provider

Choosing an Authentication Provider

Configuring an Authentication Provider: Main Steps

Setting the JAAS Control Flag Attribute

Configuring an LDAP Authentication Provider

Requirements for Using an LDAP Authentication Provider

Configuring a LDAP Authentication Provider

Setting LDAP Server and Caching Information

Locating Users in the LDAP Directory

Locating Groups in the LDAP Directory

Locating Members of a Group in the LDAP Directory

Accessing Other LDAP Servers

Configuring Failover for LDAP Authentication Providers

Configuring a WebLogic Authentication Provider

Improving the Performance of WebLogic and LDAP Authentication Providers

Configuring the Active Directory Authentication Provider to Improve Performance

Optimizing the Group Membership Caches

Configuring Dynamic Groups in the iPlanet Authentication Provider to Improve Performance

Optimizing the Principal Validator Cache

Configuring a Realm Adapter Authentication Provider

Configuring a WebLogic Identity Assertion Provider

Configuring Identity Assertion Performance in the Server Cache

Configuring an LDAP X509 Identity Assertion Provider

Configuring a Single Pass Negotiate Identity Assertion Provider

Ordering of Identity Assertion for Servlets

Changing the Order of Authentication Providers

Configuring a User Name Mapper

Configuring a Custom User Name Mapper

Configuring a WebLogic Authorization Provider

Configuring a WebLogic Credential Mapping Provider

Configuring a WebLogic Keystore Provider

Configuring a WebLogic Role Mapping Provider

Configuring a Custom Security Provider

Deleting a Security Provider

Migrating Security Data

Overview of Security Data Migration

Migration Concepts

Importing and Exporting Security Data from Security Realms

Importing and Exporting Security Data from Security Providers

Using the weblogic.Admin Utility

Single Sign-On with Enterprise Information Systems


Using Deployment Descriptors to Create Credential Maps (Deprecated)

Importing Information from weblogic-ra.xml into the Embedded LDAP Server

Avoiding Overwriting of Credential Mapping Information

Using the WebLogic Administration Console to Create Credential Maps

Configuring Single Sign-On with Microsoft Clients

Single Sign-on with Microsoft Clients: Main Steps

System Requirements for SSO with Microsoft Clients

Configuring your Network Domain to Use Kerberos

Creating a Kerberos Identification for WebLogic Server

Configuring Microsoft Clients to Use Windows Integrated Authentication

Configuring a .NET Web Service

Configuring an Internet Explorer Browser

Configure Local Intranet Domains

Configure Intranet Authentication

Verify the Proxy Settings

Set Integrated Authentication for Internet Explorer 6.0

Creating a JAAS Login File

Configuring the Identity Asssertion Provider

Enabling the WebLogic Server Web Application or Web Service to Use the Negotiate Token

Startup Arguments for Using Kerberos Authentication with WebLogic Server

Verifying that SSO with Microsoft Clients Works

Managing the Embedded LDAP Server

Configuring the Embedded LDAP Server

Embedded LDAP Server Replication

Configuring Backups for the Embedded LDAP Server

Viewing the Contents of the Embedded LDAP Server from an LDAP Browser

Exporting and Importing Information in the Embedded LDAP Server

LDAP Access Control Syntax

The Access Control File

Access Control Location

Access Control Scope

Access Rights

Attribute Permissions

Entry Permissions

Attributes Types

Subject Types

Grant/Deny Evaluation Rules

Configuring SSL

SSL: An Introduction

Private Keys, Digital Certificates, and Trusted Certificate Authorities

One-Way and Two-Way SSL

Setting Up SSL: Main Steps

Obtaining Private Keys, Digital Certificates, and Trusted Certificate Authorities

Using the Cert Gen Utility

Using Certificate Chains (Deprecated)

Converting a Microsoft p7b Format to PEM Format

Using Your Own Certificate Authority

Getting a Digital Certificate for a Web Browser

Storing Private Keys, Digital Certificates, and Trusted Certificate Authorities

Creating a Keystore and Loading Private Keys and Trusted Certificate Authorities into the Keystore

Common Keytool Commands

How WebLogic Server Locates Trust

Configuring Keystores

Configuring SSL

Configuring Two-Way SSL

Disabling the SSL Port

Using Host Name Verification

Enabling SSL Debugging

SSL Session Behavior

Configuring SSL for the Node Manager

SSL Requirements for Administration Servers

SSL Requirements for Managed Servers

SSL Requirements for the Node Manager

Host Name Verification Requirements

Identity and Trust: Demonstration Versus Production

Node Manager SSL Demonstration Configuration: Main Steps

Node Manager SSL Production Configuration: Main Steps

Using Files and the WebLogic Keystore Provider

Configuring RMI over IIOP with SSL

SSL Certificate Validation

Controlling the Level of Certificate Validation

Accepting Certificate Policies in Certificates

Checking Certificate Chains

Troubleshooting Problems with Certificates

Using the nCipher JCE Provider with WebLogic Server

Specifying the Version of the SSL Protocol

Using the SSL Protocol to Connect to WebLogic Server from weblogic.Admin

Ensure Two-Way SSL Is Disabled on the SSL Server

Use a Secure Port in the URL

Specify Trust for weblogic.Admin

Specify Host Name Verification for weblogic.Admin

Protecting User Accounts

Protecting Passwords

Setting Lockout Attributes for User Accounts

Unlocking a User Account

Configuring Security for a WebLogic Domain

Enabling Trust Between WebLogic Server Domains

Configuring Connection Filtering

Viewing MBean Attributes

Using Compatibility Security

Running Compatibility Security: Main Steps

The Default Security Configuration in the CompatibilityRealm

Configuring the Identity Assertion Provider in the Realm Adapter Authentication Provider

Configuring a Realm Adapter Auditing Provider

Protecting User Accounts in Compatibilty Security

Accessing 6.x Security from Compatibility Security


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