Learn Spring Security: The Intermediate Class

The definitive video guide to secure your Java application

Go beyond the basics of securing an application with Spring Security.

The 10 modules in this class will guide you to becoming proficient with the framework and being able to adapt it to more complex scenarios.

There's a big difference using Spring Security in basic scenarios and really securing a production-grade application with it.

Of course, if you need to go more in-depth on securing a Spring system, have a look at the Master Class.

Your Instructor

Eugen Paraschiv
Eugen Paraschiv

I am an engineer with a passion for teaching Spring, REST, TDD, and more recently Clojure. I spend most of my time teaching, writing and wearing many hats on www.baeldung.com.

Class Curriculum

Frequently Asked Questions

Does the Master Class include the other classes?
Yes it does - it includes all modules. When you purchase the Master Class, you'll get access to everything and you don't need to get anything else.
Do I have to wait until the Master Class goes live to get access?
No - you'll get access to modules as I release them - you won't have to wait for material that's already available.
Will I have lifetime access to the course or is it just for a limited time?
Access never goes away. Once you purchase any class, you have access to it indefinitely. It does not expire, there is no time limit, and you can re-watch the lessons as much as you like.
How do I watch the lessons? Can I watch at my own pace?
Yes! When you purchase a class you’ll be enrolled into your course account and you'll have immediate access to all modules and lessons within. The platform will keep track of your progress as you finish each module so you can pick up where you left off at any time.
Will there be code I can download/use/follow along with?
Yes. We're going to be building a couple of applications during the course, and the code will be fully available both on GitHub as well as for download.
What version of Spring Security is the course based on?
The code is using Spring Security 4.1 and Spring 4.3. I am also keeping a close eye on the official JIRA for any issues that may be relevant in the next version.
Is Spring Boot a requirement?
No, not for the most part. There will be some Spring Boot specific lessons, but these will be extra and specifically marked. The general approach is simple - you won't need Boot, but if you want to learn about it and use it, there will be plenty of Boot lessons as well.

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