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# Any realms here will automatically be added to the default created securityManager. No need to define
# a securityManager here unless you want to override the default. If you want to override the default, you would
# do it by uncommenting this line and specifying the fully qualified class name of your SecurityManager implementation:
# securityManager = my.domain.package.MySecurityManager
# define the realm(s) we want to use for our application. If you have more than one realm, the order in which they
# are defined is the order in which they will be consulted during the authentication process.
# This simple example uses only a single realm, but you could add more for more complicated requirements.
# We'll use credentials hashing, since that keeps the users' credentials (passwords, private keys, etc) safe:
myRealmCredentialsMatcher =
# now define the realm, and specify that it use the above credentials matcher:
myRealm = MyRealm
myRealm.credentialsMatcher = $myRealmCredentialsMatcher