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re: Spring Security with JWT VIEW POST

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re: But sending the username and password in url localhost:8080/api/authenticate?us... , isn't it a security flaw itself?
 

For example purposes it's fine. Also, if you're using HTTPS then no one will see query params.

You can send username and password as standard POST data with content-type application/x-www-form-urlencoded and then those params will not be part of the URL.

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