Single Sign-On: You're probably doing it wrong

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Requiring users to log in individually to all websites they need for their work is more than merely annoying: it wastes a lot of time and turns maintaining log-in credentials and permissions into a nightmare for the administrative staff. Using a single sign-on service is clearly the preferable solution. But where do you start?

Oscar Merida of php[architect] asked me whether I would be interested in turning my conference presentation on this subject into an article. Of course I was! The article was published in the August 2017 issue of the php[architect] magazine and is available online free of charge.

You can read it online or download the PDF version.

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Arne Blankerts
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