Securing Laravel Push Queues

Push queues are the all the hype at the moment. However, I have not seen much discussion around securing them. Thats likely do the the simplicity of securing the receiving route, but either way…lets cover it.

There are two basic ways to secure the receiving route.

  • SSL – Use a security certificate to secure the connection.
  • Token and Route Filter – Build a route filter that requires a valid token.

Route Filter & Route Example

Configure the subscriber URL on to look something like the following. In this example the URL query string is set to the value of the token in app/config/queue.php.

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2 thoughts on “Securing Laravel Push Queues

  1. Very nice!! I was looking for just this very thing tonight. Thanks for posting. You are right, people seem to be ignoring the security aspect of push queues a little. *sigh*

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