Introduction about Identify from system requirements to fundamental concepts and business models.
When installing Identify, the default locations are C:\Program Files\Safewhere\Identify\ for Safewhere Identify and C:\Program Files\Safewhere\OneAdmin for Safewhere Admin (adminv2). The bundle installer also allows users to select custom folders to install to. Given that Safewhere Identify is installed to D:\Program Files\Safewhere\Identify and […]
Introduction Safewhere Identify now has support for a set of HTTP response security headers that per OWASP: “your application can use to increase the security of your application. Once set, these HTTP response headers can restrict modern browsers from running into easily preventable vulnerabilities.” […]
Introduction is a web-based system for handling user identification and administration centrally and external to all web applications and Web services of an organization or federation. The following article assumes that you already have a general idea of the purpose of […]
has long been a popular name for identity, access management, and creation of single sign-on. While offering low initial cost, has many critical limitations on customization, standards support, user provisioning, and so forth. With the release of 3.0 in 2012, […]
Identify-LoadTest-- GUID: 6a2bfeeab2344e28869287e40654f20d Date BuildId Time Tenant Environment 20160722 3627 20:00 – 23:00 release50.safewhere-demo.com GT, Hyper-V, 4 CORES Performance setting: – Log target: Text File – System log level: Information – Log user requests to database store: off – Log […]
We’re happy to announce that we now can use Identify 5.0 with Azure SQL as a service. Just as installing Identify on-premise, Identify configurator will help do all the hard work for you on the Azure environment. However, due to […]
SAML 2.0 metadata for EHerkenning profile When the SAML 2.0 profile is set to EHerkenning in System Setup, SAML 2.0 metadata obeys to EHerkenning specification as follow: There’s an EntitiesDescriptor element that contains one or more EntityDescriptor elements. The ID […]