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The Gluu Server is a free open source platform that has both SAML and OAuth2 components. I have been trying to help educate the community for some time on the pro’s and con’s of both infrastructures. Here is a quick overview to help get you oriented! OAuth 2.0 is an authorization framework, not an authentication … Read more >>
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In a WebView, any malicious code in the page has the same rights as the application. This means you need to make sure to only load trusted content. But there is another risk–a malicious app may also have access to browser content (like cookies) and may snoop passwords or intercept OAuth codes. So if you … Read more >>
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Today, consumers have no way to centrally manage access to all their Web stuff and IOT devices are threatening to create a whole new silo of security problems. This is one of the reasons I’ve been participating in the Open InterConnect Consortium Security Task Group. People can’t individually manage every IOT device in their house. … Read more >>
This entry was posted in Gluu and tagged authentication, oauth2, openid connect, Single Sign-On, sso, uma on .
10 Reasons Why OpenID Connect will be ubiquitous for domain authentication “The difficult… I’ll do right now. The impossible may take a little while…” Bob Russell lyrics for Jazz standard “Crazy She Calls Me” OpenID Connect has reached the quorum of votes needed for approval! Check out the launch press release. This under-appreciated event will … Read more >>
This entry was posted in Gluu and tagged 2fa, Authn, Authz, oauth2, OpenAM, openid connect, saml, siteminder, sso, ubuntu on .
We don’t need SSO, we need trust elevation There is no point in designing a solution that provides just SSO. Today, people are using an array of devices (think IOT). Applications need to understand how (and how long ago) a person has been authenticated, and based on the context of the situation, whether they need … Read more >>
This entry was posted in Gluu and tagged authentication, Authn, CAS, federation, Identity, IDM, OAM, OAuth, oauth2, OpenAM, openid, openid connect, saml, security, shibboleth, siteminder, sso, TAM, WAM on .
Its hard to make accurate predictions about adoption for SSO protocols. Its impossible to make a detailed model when the known inputs are so vast. With that inherent disclaimer about the difficulty of forecasting, the following graph represents Gluu’s view about the likely adoption and un-adoption of three very important web authentication standards: SAML, CAS, … Read more >>
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This was originally a comment on a blog post by Jeremy Grant, Senior Executive Advisor at NSTIC, titled: Interim Identity Ecosystem: “Are we there yet?” Follow this link to read that blog. The guiding principles of NSTIC are great. However, great ideas need equally great execution. As CEO of Gluu, I talk with organizations every … Read more >>