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by Mike V Baker
This article describes the process of setting up Single-Sign-On (SSO) for a Node.js website hosted on Amazon Web Services and configuring Elastic Beanstalk for HTTPS.
by Ahsan Murshed
Single Sign on (SSO) Using Cookie in asp.netThere are various ways to use Single Sign on(SSO) in asp.net web application. We can use cookies, session (state server), SAML and web services etc. Now we would like to give a brief overview of how to use cookie to implement Single Sign on(SSO) in...
by Ricardo Lynch
Using JavaScript for oAuth with three major identity providers: Facebook, Google, and Twitter.
by Sandeep S. Sandhu
Deploy Kerberos on a Raspberry Pi IoT to provide robust and enterprise scalable authentication for IoTs (Part 2)

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by Benktesh Sharma
More than often, developers test API, either through a browser request or using some clients such as POSTMAN, Advanced Rest Client (ARC).
by Mike V Baker
This article describes the process of setting up Single-Sign-On (SSO) for a Node.js website hosted on Amazon Web Services and configuring Elastic Beanstalk for HTTPS.
by Sandeep S. Sandhu
Deploy Kerberos on a Raspberry Pi IoT to provide robust and enterprise scalable authentication for IoTs (Part 2)
by Raj Reddy (INDIA)
Single Sign On feature for applications under same domain.

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16 Jun 2018
Mike V Baker
This article describes the process of setting up Single-Sign-On (SSO) for a Node.js website hosted on Amazon Web Services and configuring Elastic Beanstalk for HTTPS.
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10 Jul 2014
Ricardo Lynch
Using JavaScript for oAuth with three major identity providers: Facebook, Google, and Twitter.
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5 Oct 2016
Sandeep S. Sandhu
Deploy Kerberos on a Raspberry Pi IoT to provide robust and enterprise scalable authentication for IoTs (Part 2)
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17 Dec 2018
Benktesh Sharma
More than often, developers test API, either through a browser request or using some clients such as POSTMAN, Advanced Rest Client (ARC).