Protecting Web-Based Single Sign-On Protocols Against Relying Party Impersonation Attacks Through a Dedicated Bi-Directional Authenticated Secure Channel

Web-based single sign-on describes a class of protocols where a user signs into a web site with the authentication provided as a service by a third party. In exchange for the increased complexity of the authentication procedure, SSO makes it convenient for users to authenticate themselves to many different web sites (relying parties), using just a single account at an identity provider such as Facebook or Google.

Provided by: SecurityTube.net Topic: Security Date Added: Sep 2014 Format: Webcast

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