By Vishwas Anand on 2020-11-16
Introduction Social logins like Facebook, Google are common Single Sign-On (SSO) mechanisms for authentication in websites (also called service providers) these days. The social login helps service providers to quickly onboard a user without requiring them to go through the registration process. This way, on one hand, the service providers can provide seamless onboarding to their user and on the other hand, the user need not to type his details like name, email, phone number, every time he avails a service from a new provider.
By Dev Gurung on 2020-06-15
In this blog, we are going to see how we can Integrate Slack(Service Provider) with HyperSign SSO(Password-less Identity provider) using a custom SAML 2.0 configuration. Before we see what exactly we need to do to integrate Slack with HyperSign SSO, let’s see what SAML2.O is all about. SAML2.0 Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) is an open standard that allows identity providers (in this case its HyperSign) to pass authorization credentials to service providers (like Slack, office 365, salesforce, etc), and with that, using single Identity provider, a user can log in to multiple websites without having to maintain multiple credentials.