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The Perilous Quest to Lockdown the Cookie Jar

Even in 2020, many people are unaware that Google's Chrome browser is actually based on an open source project named Chromium. Chromium is an impressive amalgamation of world-class engineers and developers, a fact which has contributed to its success, which, at nearly a 60% market share, is the most popular web browser in the world.

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Tags: #security, SSO, Single Sign-On, cookies, Chromium, cross-site request forgery, CSRF

Universal Logout - Where to Go After SSO

Universal logout is a hot topic today for one simple reason: it is important. Single Sign-On (SSO) has taken over in recent years as a method of reducing login strain and improving security while maintaining usability.  In an age of passwords and data breaches, SSO has always been seen as the next logical step. Now that we’ve taken that step, the question becomes: where do we go from here? The...

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Tags: Identity Provider, SSO, Single-Factor Authentication, Single Sign-On (SSO), Two-Factor Authentication, web applications, Custom Branding, SSO Proxy, Jump Page, universal logout, SAML SLO, SAML Single Logout, cookies, secure login