OpenOTP Federation Services, Single Sign On and ADFS
Combining SSO & ADFS with a 2FA Solution
SSO: OpenOTP OpenID & SAML IdP
Combining SSO & MFA improves the security of your logins.
OpenOTP’s Single Sign-On (SSO) solution is easy to implement, convenient & time saving.
OpenOTP Security Suite includes an Identity Provider (IdP) allowing
federated identity management, commonly referred to as SSO.
OpenOTP OpenID & SAML IdP supports OpenID, OAuth and SAML2 standards.
Our IdP can be configured with both on premise and cloud applications.
SSO with RCDevs Security
OpenOTP OpenID & SAML IdP
OpenOTP OpenID & SAML Identity Provider works with OpenOTP’s authentication back-end.
RCDevs’ SSO solution supports PKI-based authentication as well (with user certificates).
When users enter a website with SSO, a security association is established between the website, the user and the identity provider. The user is redirected to the identity provider for a trusted authentication process.
Compared to other OpenID and SAML implementations, RCDevs’ SSO solution is very easy to implement, provided that you already have a working WebADM server with an OpenOTP license. The setup consists of adding the OpenID/SAML WebApp in WebADM and configuring authentication and access policies.
Main Key Features
Supports SAML2, OpenID-Connect & OAuth2
Supports IdP or SP initiated requests for Cloud SSO
Return group memberships & configurable user attributes
Uses all OpenOTP authentication methods (see list below)
Supports full PKI authentication with user certificates
Easy corporate SAML/OpenID-Connect configuration with metadata URL
Application-Federated Access based on authentication & access policies
Supported SSO Standards
- OpenID Connect - OAuth2 Please note OpenID v1.1 & v2.0 are deprecated and have been removed
SSO Integration Examples
For some SSO integration examples, please check RCDevs' Online Documentation.
Multi-Factor Authentication & federation with Microsoft Web Applications
ActiveDirectory Federation Services (ADFS) is the new way for implementing Web-based authentication and Single-Sign-On (SSO) functionalities in Microsoft environments.
Current versions of Exchange and Sharepoint portals can use ADFS natively provided that an ADFS instance is running on the network.
Unlike Kerberos SSO, ADFS is for Web access and it supports federating your corporate services, Cloud applications and Office 365.
MICROSOFT ADFS with RCDevs Security
Enhance your ADFS infrastructure
RCDevs supports all federation through MICROSOFT ADFS
RCDevs provides an OpenOTP Authentication Provider (AP) for ADFS. OpenOTP AP is a component that integrates OpenOTP One-Time Password (OTP) and FIDO2 authentication into all your ADFS-enabled applications, whether web-based or thick clients (as in Outlook or Teams for example). Our Authentication Provider works with all authentication methods supported by the OpenOTP Server.
Mixed OTP & FIDO2 Login
OpenOTP for ADFS supports both OTP (with all OpenOTP one-time-password methods) and FIDO2 signed authentication. Provided that your users are enabled with either OTP Tokens, YubiKey, SMS or FIDO2 devices, the ADFS authentication process proposes user logon with any of the supported authentication method. RCDevs is currently the only solution which provides mixed OTP and FIDO2 for ADFS.