Questions tagged [single-sign-on]

Single Sign On (SSO) is the process of authenticating once against a single system to gain access to multiple (often unrelated) systems.

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Poor Man's OAuth Grant - Review

A 3rd party company has requested that we implement single sign-on with them using the below approach. I'm familiar with OAuth grants and OIDC flows but this seems rather odd to me. The user has ...
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What are appropriate measures to only allow logins from a given trusted OpenID-Provider?

I have a bunch of applications, where users need to log in. Not everyone can be a user, each user has to be approved of by an admin. The authentication should be a SSO solution, where user accounts ...
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Solutions for accessing webapp from inside and outside the corporate perimeter by same users?

I'm looking for solutions that could best address the following requirements. We plan to develop a webapp and deploy it in the cloud. Corporate users must be able to access the webapp from the ...
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Is there any advantage in using Google's IAM on Android?

We are building a few corporate apps for field workers / front office. In most cases each user will have their own device, but there are some shared devices (for example reception). The devices are ...
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What is the essence of Google Chrome’s new controversial sign-in feature?

What is the essence of Google Chrome’s new controversial sign-in feature? How does it work and how does it differ from what was it before? What is the danger of it? Is Chromium affected?
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Parent domain cookies for Single Sign on

Typically Single Sign On is implemented with existing protocols like SAML or OAuth. If all the sites belongs to the same parent domain such as a.example.com and b.example.com, we can also set a ...
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Does Thinktecture V2 Require Round Trips on Requests

I am learning about the Thinktecture Identity Server v2 and considering deploying it as a single sign on solution for 3 to 4 apps/services our company is developing for our customers. The applications ...
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Logout from IdP, where should user end up?

When a user clicks Logoff on my website, it executes the following .NET code: public ActionResult SLOService() { // Receive the single logout request or response. // If a request is received ...
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Low-resolution account enumeration with Office365

I am interested in the intersection of account enumeration and single sign-on. Often, there will be SSO-only and non-SSO users alongside each other in an application, and in terms of improved ...
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What is the most secure method for web session handling for multiple domain?

Based on the current standing of web security, what is the most secure / recommended method for web session handling: session cookies, cookie jars, web tokens, or anything else? The requirement is to ...
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Taking advantage of subdomains for refresh token rotation in SPAs

Say I have three components in a system: An identity service, hosted at identity.mydomain.com A single page application, served from app.mydomain.com An API, protected by requiring a bearer token ...