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How to test if Spring Security is actually enabled?

 
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I'm having trouble getting Spring Security to work in my Spring MVC app. It is configured correctly (I think) and I am fully expecting it to use the configured security filter on all requests. It isn't. My question isn't to make sure I'm configured correctly so I'm not going to post any code, I am only asking if there is a method or something I can call in one of my controllers that will return true or false signifying if Spring Security is actually enabled or not so I can know how to proceed debugging. Thanks!
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