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

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Is it secure to return a JWT to an already-logged-in user?

I'm using JWT to handle an SSO scheme where two systems (let's call them A and B) both require authentication, but the user datastore is in one system only (let's say A). Everything I've seen about ...
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How does Adobe Pass Auto-Authentication work?

At time marker 2:05 of this video, he describes that Adobe Pass can automatically identify you based on your broadband provider, and sign you in/authorize you for media content. Can anyone describe ...
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Azure AD B2C vs Auth0

I am trying to work on security architecture for our SaaS application. The good finding was Azure AD B2C which is launched recently. And first comparison was with Auth0. Is this is correct comparison?...
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Different timezone in WebSSO using ADFS as IDP

Is there a best practise when it comes to handling timezones in an international single-sign-on solution? I've been asked to include the clients timezone in our saml-ticket as an attribute. This will ...
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SSO Implementaion/Suggestions Needed

We have a partner who has integrated our services into their application. All API method call's from partner app to our services using standard API key/pwd credentials. But to make any changes on ...
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Framework to authenticate web API requests from legacy application

I have a legacy ASP.NET MVC application that uses pretty standard forms authentication which validates logins against an application database. The scope to change this application is limited, however ...
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Token-based SSO for multiple domains for backend API requests

I’m in the process of setting up SSO for a service I’m creating. After looking at solutions, I’ve found nothing to fit exactly what we need. I’m looking to make sure from a security standpoint what we ...
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In what ways may a SAML2 service provider interoperate with an agency using Common Access Cards (CAC)

I'm at a service provider organization that supports shibboleth-style and CAS third party authentication. I'm looking at the requirements to meet the low baseline of FedRamp (see FedRAMP Security ...