MSISDN, password or client certificate – it’s your choice

English on August 16th, 2008 No Comments

SSOCircle now added MSISDN authentication support. Now you can choose among three authentication methods. Read the new authentication context study that describes use cases for these methods. MSISDN is an authentication method based on a trust relationship to your mobile provider. If you access the internet from your mobile, devices use the provider’s WAP gateway […]

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Service Provider controlled Security Levels

English on June 8th, 2008 No Comments

SSOCircle and IDPee now support different SAML2 authentication contexts. The SP is now able to require that a user is authenticated at the specified security strength. SSOCircle will determine the current authentication level and if necessary, asking the user to reauthenticate to the stronger security level. Think of three different types of use cases. For […]

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