Single Sign-On is when a user can use the same set of authentication credentials to access multiple different services.

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How to achieve seamless SSO without having the user to login again (SAML 2.0 & ADFS using OpenSSO)

We need to implement seamless SSO with ADFS SAML 2.0 using OpenSSO & we plan to go with IdP initiated GET binding. The user in client network will log in to ADFS with Windows credentials once ...
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Designing single-sign-on with JSONP/CORS?

I like the way that OAuth/OpenID can authenticate/identify a user from another domain, but only if the other domain allows it (presumably on the user's instructions). I would like to do something ...
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pro and cons of having 2 Identity providers

My company has applications on cloud and intranet. Also, we have various roles such as employee, customers, partners etc. We would like ID federation between services hosted on public cloud and ...
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How do Shibboleth and (Jasig) CAS's protocols differ?

I'm reading up on SSO, and am trying to identify the major differences between the CAS protocol (as implemented by Jasig CAS) and the SAML protocol (e.g. Shibboleth). Let's assume SAML 1 for the sake ...