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Client Secret

A client secret is a secret key that your application passes to an authorization server, that proves your application is who it says it is. If another application is trying to read more

LogonLabs at Seattle Interactive 2019

We have recently returned from the Seattle Interactive Conference (SIC) where we had a chance to talk with agency owners, account managers, and developers. We wanted to share read more

What is Facebook SSO? (Supporting Facebook for Single Sign-On)

*LogonLabs supports Facebook SSO as part of our free universal API and WordPress plugin. read more

What is Google Account SSO? (Supporting Google for Single Sign-On)

*LogonLabs supports Google Accounts for single sign-on (SSO) as part of our free universal API a read more

What is Apple ID SSO? (Supporting Apple ID SSO for Single Sign-On)

*LogonLabs supports Apple ID for single sign-on (SSO) as part of our free universal API and read more

What is LinkedIn SSO? (Supporting LinkedIn for Single Sign-On)

*LogonLabs supports LinkedIn for single sign-on (SSO) as part of our free universal API and read more

What is Slack SSO? (Supporting Slack for Single Sign-On)

*LogonLabs supports Slack SSO as part of read more

Share Provider

Share Provider allows you to create a provider and share it with another user, without giving them access to your provider’s app ID or app secret. You can use this functiona read more

Scopes

Scopes are identifiers for additional user resources that your website or application needs access to. Resources can be calendars, inboxes, repos, etc., depending on the Provi read more

Force Re-authentication

In most cases, an Identity Provider allows a user's web browser to cache their authentication session by default. When a user returns to the site at a later time, they are aut read more

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