Marcin Muras (Migrated from SEC-1116) said:
Now only few events are published in Spring Security. It may be helpfull to publish more events like:
AuthenticationUnsuccessEvent – when user try to login whithout success.
AuthenticationAnonymouslyEvent – when user login anonymously.
Luke Taylor said:
Authentication success and failure events are already published by the default AuthenticationManager implementation (ProviderManager).
I can't see any purpose in having an "anonymous authentication" event. It would not contain any useful information that couldn't already be obtained from a standard access log.