Auth10 Blog

Simpler WIF integration for ASP.NET web application using NuGet and cloud friendly appSettings

Last week we’ve spent some time contributing to Jabbr (the open source chat app based on SignalR). David Fowler, the main dev behind the project, expressed on twitter that it would be great to have enterprise sign-on support on Jabbr so that it could be used as a chat system on the enterprise.

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Configuring SharePoint 2010 to accept Google and ADFS identities

In this article we will walk through the process of configuring a SharePoint 2010 application to use claims-based federated identity. This is one of the scenarios that we’ve heard a lot from customers. If you ever did this manually you probably spent at least a week trying to figuring out all the details. So many steps (some of them rather obscure) lead often to errors and a lot of time troubleshooting them. Our goal with Auth10 is to get that down to minutes, instead of days or weeks.

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AuthBridge an open source federation server supporting OAuth, OpenID, WS-Fed, SAML

AuthBridge is a server written in ASP.NET/C# using WIF and DotNetOpenAuth, that speaks WS-Federation and SAML tokens on one side and OpenID, OAuth, WS-Federation or any other protocol on the identity provider.

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What is Windows Azure Active Directory?

On Monday, June 11, Stuart Kwan presented on Teched North America about Windows Azure Active Directory. If you want to get an idea of where Microsoft is heading with regards to Identity and Access Management, watch the session. http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/TechEd/NorthAmerica/2012/SIA209

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a sneak peak of what we're building for Auth10...

The Problem

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