Category: WS-Security

How to invoke secured backend service using WSO2 ESB

WSO2 ESB can be used for implementing various security patterns in your SOA. It supports message level security with WS-Security specification. In this blog post, we are going to use WSO2 ESB to invoke a secured BE service.    Lets assume BE service is secured with WS-Security Policy.     Policy contains both signature and encryption  and […]

How to create a Password Callback class

Most of web services have been secured using various WS-security  methods. Therefore we need to implements clients that support WS-Security to invoke these web services. If you are using Rampart or WSS4J for WS-Security for processing in client side,  you may need to create a password callback class for following 1. Get the password to […]