Monthly Archives: April 2014

IdentityServer v3 and Azure WebSites (and other Deployment Simplifications)

(applies to preview 1) A common request for IdentityServer was being able to run on Azure WebSites (or other constrained deployment environments where you don’t have machine level access). This was never easy because our default implementations in v2 had … Continue reading

Posted in ASP.NET, Azure, IdentityServer, Katana, OAuth, OpenID Connect, OWIN, WebAPI | 5 Comments

New Pluralsight Course: “Web API v2 Security”

It is finally online! Hope you like it. http://pluralsight.com/training/Courses/TableOfContents/webapi-v2-security

Posted in ASP.NET, AuthorizationServer, Katana, OAuth, OWIN, WebAPI | 20 Comments

List of Libaries and Projects for OpenID Connect and JWT

..can be found here http://openid.net/developers/libraries/

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Introducing Thinktecture IdentityManager

Originally posted on brockallen:
Back in 2005 when Microsoft released the ASP.NET MembershipProvider API, they also included in Visual Studio the ASP.NET WebSite Administration tool. This was used by developers to quickly create and edit users to populate the MembershipProvider…

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Announcing Thinktecture IdentityServer v3 – Preview 1

The last months we’ve been heads down re-writing IdentityServer from scratch (see here for background) – and we are now at a point where we think we have enough up and running to show it to you! What we’ve done … Continue reading

Posted in ASP.NET, AuthorizationServer, IdentityModel, IdentityServer, Katana, OAuth, OpenID Connect, OWIN, WebAPI | 35 Comments

Integrating AuthorizationServer with Auth0

AuthorizationServer is a lightweight OAuth2 implementation that is designed to integrate with arbitrary identity management systems. I wrote about integration with Thinktecture IdentityServer, ADFS and even plain Windows integrated authentication before. Another really compelling and feature rich identity management is … Continue reading

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