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Preparing the HttpServletRequest in Spring security

 
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Hi,

I was hoping someone could help.

I have developed a secure rest API in spring that receives json, and then uses JSR303 bean validation using @RequestBody @Validated etc.. This all works fine.

However it has now been decided that the whole json string to be sent to my REST API, needs to be encrypted in AES.

So within a custom spring security filter I have pulled the encrypted string from the request, decrypted it to Json, do authentication etc...

I basically now need to put the json into the request, so that my controllers @RequestBody Annotations can continue to do their magic.

How do I put the JSON into the request within my filter? Also is there is a better approach and how does everyone encrypt their json? Was wondering if its easier to encrypt each filed with field?

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Regards
D.



 
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