Google

Google

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

Facebook

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

NemID

is a popular new authentication method in Denmark. for supports both regular login as well as NemID Erhverv. From version 4.2, two major changes were introduced: The old Java applet is replaced by new JavaScript which makes it possible to […]

WS-Federation login method

is a popular data format for communicating claims between a claims provider and a service provider. The configuration settings offered by this Authentication Connection type are: Entity ID: The entityID attribute is the unique identifier of the identity provider. There […]

Username & Password

Since this connection type handles all the authentication solely in , limited configuration is needed. Federated session lifetime (minutes): Specifies how long a federated session which is established when a user uses this authentication connection to log in. There are […]

SAML 2.0 login method

2.0 is a popular data format for communicating claims between a claims provider and a service provider. The configuration settings offered by this type are:  Entity ID: The entityID attribute is the unique identifier of the identity provider. There are […]

Changes made to SAML 2.0 connections on 5.0

Remove the “Single sign on artifact resolution” setting We have retired the “Single sign on artifact resolution” setting and replaced it with the “Artifact Resolution Services” which can support multiple artifact resolution services: More details about this “Artifact resolution services” […]

Revocation check for WSFed connections

Introduction This document is about how to disable or enable certificate revocation checks for WS-Federation plugins using Identify*Admin. WS-Federation protocol connection Revocation check is performed against encryption certificates. To disable it, you can open the WS-Federation protocol connection page and […]

Support key-value pair settings for Saml2 protocol and authentication connections

SAML 2.0 is a huge specification with numerous options from which organizations build their own derived specifications. Each derived specification usually has its own ideas about what is required, what is not, and what must be validated. To cope with […]

Saml 2.0: SAML 2.0 connection settings now support more standard elements found in metadata

SAML 2.0 Authentication Connection We have added supports for a bunch of new values from metadata: Other signing certificates: It contains all the signing certificates from the metadata. These are used by Safewhere*Identify to verify signatures of messages, which the Identity […]