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Building an SSO platform in php (Zendcon 2010)

by CEO and Co-founder at Egeniq on Nov 06, 2010

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A presentation explaining how to build Single Sign On functionality in PHP using standards such as OpenID, OAuth and SAML. Delivered on November 4, 2010 at Zendcon in Santa Clara

A presentation explaining how to build Single Sign On functionality in PHP using standards such as OpenID, OAuth and SAML. Delivered on November 4, 2010 at Zendcon in Santa Clara

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  • cubiclesoft cubiclesoft Single Sign-On is HARD to get right, which is why there are relatively few packaged solutions out there. Presentations like this one are just confusing. So I came up with a solution:

    http://barebonescms.com/documentation/sso/

    Basically, follow the directions to install the server. Then follow the directions to install the client a couple of times. Then hook one client up to the server to secure it. Then hook the other client up to your application. Done. And it only takes a few hours of work without the nitty-gritty of trying to figure out the terminology used in this presentation. It takes far less time to set up than coding the average login system.
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