than one Identity Provider? 2. Do you have multiple applications which will need to authenticate? Now do they use the same stack? 3. What analytics will you need for account creation and authentication events? 4. How will you flag and mitigate anomalies in user management and authentication events? Ask Yourself the Following Questions?
vulnerabilities? 6. Can you/your team securely configure authentication infrastructure? On-premises and in private cloud instances? 7. What is your Multifactor Authentication Strategy? How will you integrate it across different clients? Ask Yourself the Following Questions?
for your service? 9. Can you federate with partners who use Active Directory behind the firewall? 10. Have you thought about implementing brute-force protection and DDOS prevention? Identity systems are an attractive target for attacks. Ask Yourself the Following Questions?
your user store? 12. How will you implement OpenID Connect across development stacks and clients? 13. How will you handle reports from the security community of vulnerabilities in your identity implement? Ask Yourself the Following Questions?
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method, initialize the Lock class 5. Implement auth0 login using the Lock class. i. Setup Lock ii. Setup lock callback iii. Clean up the Lock class onDestroy (to prevent memory leakage) iv. Validate token
id tokens The refresh token doesn’t expire, so use it to request for a new IdToken Basically, create a delegation token with the refresh token A delegation token is a token that can be used to request for another resource
surprisingly, a really big deal, both to these proud institutions, and to the federal government. Ever since this project started, we’ve become the NIH’s shining example of how to share data among disparate institutions.” - David Bernick, Director of Technology, Harvard Medical School Department of Bioinformatics “Setting up our application to integrate with one partner and then having that partner act as a service hub for dozens of identity systems helps simplify work for our core development teams, while allowing our customer base to grow exponentially.” – Cris Concepcion, Engineering Manager at Safari Books Online “Thanks you for your help. We saw over 1.3 million registrations and our campaign got a social media sentiment score of over 95% positive, so it has been deemed a great success!!” — AKQA – Agency implementing the campaign for Marks and Spencer Companies that trust Auth0 - https://auth0.com/customers