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The Open Web SSO project provides core identity services to simplify the implementation of transparent single sign-on as a security component in a network infrastructure. It provides the foundation for integrating diverse web applications that might typically operate against a disparate set of ... [More]
The WSO2 Identity Server is an open source identity & entitlemment management server having support for Information Cards, OpenID & XACML. 1. Entitlement Engine with XACML 2.0 support. 2. Claim based Security Token Service. 3. Information Cards provider supporting Managed Information ... [More]
JOS(Java OpenID Server) is a multi-domain, multi-user OpenID Provider based on OpenID4Java, Spring Framework, Hibernate, Velocity. FeaturesOpenID Identifier in the format http(s)://username.example.com or http(s)://example.com/username etc. Multi-domain support. Multi-user support. Account ... [More]
The Enterprise Sign On Engine (ESOE) is an advanced system which allows an enterprise to meet it's individual goals for integrated identity management, single sign on, authorization, federation and accountability for resource access in a very extensible manner. The ESOE is built using the ... [More]
FarCry Core is a cutting edge ColdFusion web application framework that blends the very best of open source development with commercial backing and support.
Internet graph database. Represents information as nodes and edges, which may carry properties and may be typed. Selection of storage backends including MySQL, Postgresql, native files and NoSQL. Optional components map URLs directly to objects in the graph database with custom rendering via the ... [More]
JOpenID is a very fast, lightweight Java client library for OpenID 2.0 specification. You can use JOpenID in your web site to enable users to sign on using their OpenID account without registration.
Provides a simple framework for developing both local and delegated authentication mechanisms in Wicket applications. Local authentication makes use of system-local services to authentication a user (and so takes a username and password), where as delegated authentication uses a third party for ... [More]