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README.md

recaptcha-spring-security

Grails: Using recaptcha with spring security core for brute force defender

based in: Brute Force Defender

Requirements

  1. Grails 2.3.2+
  2. Spring Security Core Plugin (2.0-RC3+)
  3. ReCaptcha Plugin (0.6.9+)

Installation

  1. clone the repository: git clone https://github.com/rpalcolea/recaptcha-spring-security.git

  2. Enter to the repository via command line.

  3. package the plugin: grails package-plugin

Configuration

Config.groovy

Configure recaptcha plugin

And then Add the following lines to your Grails Config.groovy file:

bruteforcedefender {
	time = 5
	allowedNumberOfAttempts = 3
}

time = minutes mantaining failed attempts allowed NumberOfAttempts = number of failed attempts before showing the recaptcha widget.

Adding the recaptcha to your auth view

Open your auth.gsp (/grails-app/views/login/auth.gsp) and add the next line wherever you want to render the recaptcha after the attempts.

      <g:recaptchaLogin/>

Note: The plugin depends on spring security authentication events and so it sets grails.plugin.springsecurity.useSecurityEventListener = true

Extras

Thanks to Vinco Orbis and Burt Beckwith

Thanks to JetBrains for Awesome IntelliJ Idea

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