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Description

The Kentor Authentication services is a library that adds SAML2P support to ASP.NET and IIS web sites, allowing the web site to act as a SAML2 Service Provider (SP).

Kentor.AuthServices is open sourced and contributions are welcome, please see contributing guidelines for info on coding standards etc.

Programming language: C#
License: GNU General Public License v3.0 or later
Tags: Authentication     Asp.net     IIS     Application Frameworks     SAML2     SAML     SSO    
Latest version: v2.7.0

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README

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Sustainsys.Saml2

The Sustainsys.Saml2 library adds SAML2P support to ASP.NET web sites, allowing the web site to act as a SAML2 Service Provider (SP). The library was previously named Kentor.AuthServices.

Sustainsys.Saml2 is open sourced and contributions are welcome, please see [contributing guidelines](CONTRIBUTING.md) for info on coding standards etc.

Branches

There are three active branches in the repo

  • v1 is a security-supported-only version that uses the System.IdentityModel library for token handling and supports HttpModule, Mvc, Owin and AspNetCore2 (only on full. Net Framework).
  • v2 is a currently supported version that uses the Microsoft.IdentityModel nuget packages for toking handling, multi-targets and supports HttpModule, Mvc, Owin and AspNetCore2
  • develop is development for a new version (will be released as v3 eventually) that only supports Asp.Net Core.
  • master is deprecated and only kept around to ensure all old links pointing to it works.

Documentation

Complete documentation is available at our documentation site.