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Keycloak 1.0 RC 1 Released

Many bugs fixes and cleanup.  Not much for features although we did add a ton of tooltips to the admin console.  We’re getting very close to a final release and are still on schedule to release 2nd week on September. 9 more words


OAuth authentication

The OAuth protocol enables websites or applications (Consumers) to access Protected Resources from a web service (Service Provider) via an API, without requiring Users to disclose their Service Provider credentials to the Consumers. 236 more words


Keycloak Beta 4 Released

After a summer of multiple vacations from various team members, we’re finally ready to release Keycloak 1.0 Beta 4.  There’s not a lot of new features in the release because we focused mainly on performance, creating new SPIs, refactoring code, improving usability, and lastly fixing bugs. 183 more words


Federate Your Identities Carefully

Just what is Identify Federation?

I always describe it as being like a driver’s license in the U.S. There is no national driver’s license, every state (plus the District of Columbia for the nation’s capital, plus Caribbean and Pacific territories) issues its own. 432 more words


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… 197 more words

Why you shouldn't use cookies for Native Mobile Authentication

So, I finally decided to put up this post because internet search results seem to be limited on this topic. This is about using cookies as a form of authentication in native Mobile. 621 more words


Privatize - hide links you share via Twitter

Privatize is an interesting tool for Twitter users hiding links unless the person is specified in the tweet. What this means is that you tweet from Privatize specifying someones Twitter name and the link gives an error if they are not listed and verified via the Twitter oAuth. 128 more words

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