One Time Password

Recovery codes

A recovery code is a code that you can use as a backup method to your TOTP (Authenticator) or Web Authentication devices. If you don’t have access to your second factor devices by the time that you need to log […]

Hosted forms

What is hosted form Hosted form is a customized html page of Identify Runtime to allow a user to edit html, binding, CSS and JavaScript of that page using REST API or Safewhere Admin and its content is stored in the SharedConfigurationSettings table. Because of security issue, the hardest part of hosted form […]

Authentication Connection

Add Authentication Connection All share a number of identical settings which will be explained below, but some of them will also have a number of additional configuration settings used for establishing the connection to the external party ( or ). […]

Yubico

Like , the authentication connection for can only be used as second factor with another type. The configuration settings offered for Yubi are: Client ID: The register application ID from Yubico.com. API key: This is the secret code for the […]

One-time Password

The authentication connection can only be used as second factor with another authentication connection type. The configuration settings offered for OTP are: Order of factors: supported values are either “Authenticator”, “Sms”, “Email” or OS2faktor. Specifies which one the system will […]

LDAP

LdapProvider authentication connection extends Identify with the capability to authenticate a user against a  service, which in turns validate a user against an -compliant server. Note: Identify*Admin requires that the standard Name claim type must be used so we must […]

Live ID

It is possible to authenticate users into a federation using their Live ID account. Before it even becomes relevant to set up the Live ID authentication connection in , we must register as an Application with Live ID. The link to do […]

OpenID login method

It is possible to authenticate users into a federation using their OpenID account. When setting up OpenID there is no need to set up any account with the provider (as opposed to what is necessary with all the other social […]

Linkedln

It is possible to authenticate users into a federation using their LinkedIn account. Before it even becomes relevant to set up the LinkedIn authentication connection in Safewhere*Identify, we must register as an Application with LinkedIn. The link to do this […]

Twitter

It is possible to authenticate users into a federation using their Twitter account. Before it even becomes relevant to set up the Twitter authentication connection in Safewhere*Identify, we must register as an Application with Twitter. The link to do this […]