On 11/29/06, Bernhard Slominski <bern...@zooplus.com> wrote:
I think the current implementation of the ClassResourceProcessor is a
The ClassResourceProcessor exposes all files in the classpath and it's
enable by default.
If you have e.g. your database passwords in properties files you just have
to know the name and path to the file and you can read the content of the
So I think it should at least be disabled by default.
It doesn't allow access to Java class files, but your point is well taken
... we need mechanisms to control which resources are allowed. (You can use
web.xml security constraints to partially do this, but the set of supported
URL patterns is somewhat limited.)