Announcing Thinktecture IdentityServer v3 – Beta 1

It’s done – and I am happy (and a bit exhausted) – a few minutes ago I closed the last open issue for Beta 1.

What’s new
It’s been 424 commits since we released Preview 1 – so there is quite a lot of new stuff, but the big features are:

  • A completely revamped configuration system that allows replacing bits and pieces of the core server itself – including a DI system
  • A plugin infrastructure that allows adding new endpoints (WS-Federation support is a plugin e.g.)
  • Refresh tokens
  • Infrastructure that allows customizing views and UI assets for re-branding as well as extensibility to insert your own workflows like registration or EULAs
  • Support for CORS and HTTP strict transport security
  • Content Security Policy (CSP) & stricter caching rules
  • Protection against click-jacking
  • Control over cookies (lifetime, naming etc)
  • more extensibility points

Repositories
We also split up the solution into separate repos and nugets for better composability:

Samples and documentation
We also have a separate repo for samples and added quite a bit of content to the wiki.

With that I am now leaving for holidays! ;) Give IdentityServer a try and give us feedback. A big thanks to all contributors and the people that engaged with us over the various channels!!!

Have a nice summer!

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10 Responses to Announcing Thinktecture IdentityServer v3 – Beta 1

  1. Ben Johnson says:

    I’d like to give a big thank you to Dominick, Brock and all the other contributors. I’ve been following this pretty closely, I greatly appreciate all the hard work that has gone into this project and look forward to using this in my own work as soon as possible.

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  3. tauro75 says:

    Hi Dominick

    I am trying to embed the server inside the MVC5 project. I would like that my mvc5 controllers check if there are some user authenticated to give access to page with profile info, change password,….. I am using Authorizeattribute but the HttpContext.User.Identity.IsAuthenticated = false the same value for Request.IsAuthenticated when some user is authenticate in IdSrv (cookie name idsrv)

    How i can set the ClaimsPrincipal to know some is loggin?
    I triyed to use some
    app.UseCookieAuthentication(…..);
    but is not working, only if delete the code to active IdentityServer

    Sorry for my english.

    • You need to run IdSrv in its own vdir – e.g. using Map() and then use OpenID Connect to talk to it. The github issue tracker is a better place to discuss these things – but check the wiki first.

      • tauro75 says:

        Thanks for all, the project and your answer ;)

        In the end i used this cookieAuthentication settings
        app.UseCookieAuthentication(new CookieAuthenticationOptions
        {
        AuthenticationType=”idsrv”, CookieName = “idsrv”, LoginPath = new PathString(“/Account/SignIn”)
        }

        and in /Account/Signin action redirect to identity server (to authenticate) to create idsrv cookie

        Thanks

  4. cotepatrice says:

    Great job guys ! Since we use IdSrv and Authz separately for now, I’d like to know what is your planning for the next steps ? When approximately do you expect the 1rst stable release (v 1.0) ? Because I plan to deploy it as soon as it will be available. At least in dev environments.

    Thank again for your work ! You really help a lot of developers out there.

  5. Hey,

    thanks. Check the milestones on github – they reflect our current thinking.

  6. Markus Bäurle says:

    Hi,

    first of all, great work!!

    I have one question: I have a MVC 5 Application with OpenId Connect authentication and I have to call a WCF Service from within that application. Is it possible to use the access token to authenticate against the WCF service?

    Regards,
    Markus

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