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When you think about securing a Grails application, you probably think of the Spring Security and Shiro plugins. But these plugins only control access to your pages and objects - what about guarding agains cross-site scripting (XSS), cross-site request forgery (CSRF) and SQL injection attacks.
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Securing Grails Applications
Burt Beckwith has been a software developer for 15 years, most of that as a JVM developer, and for the last five years working with Grails and Groovy. He is a core developer on the Grails team at SpringSource, and has created over 40 Grails plugins.