Explaining and listing the requests and responses in CIBA
Learn about the decoupled flow for retrieving a token without direct user interaction.
Terminate sessions in clients when a user logs out from the Curity Identity Server.
What is an on-behalf-of flow, when would you need it and how to implement it in the Curity Identity Server.
Overview of OpenID Connect standards used by the Curity Identity Server.
Introduction to Pairwise Pseudonymous Identifiers (PPIDs)
An overview of how to manage dynamically registered clients
What are Request Objects, what are their types and how to use them in Authorization Requests.
Dynamic Client Registration Explained.
How to decode and validate an ID Token.
Brief overview of the OpenID Connect Standard.
Dynamic Client Registration Details.
OpenID Connect is an identity layer on top of the OAuth authorization standard protocol. It allows for verification of an end user’s identity based on authentication performed by an authorization server. It also allows clients to request and receive information about authenticated sessions and end users. The OpenID Connect is an API friendly specification and also allows for use of optional features such as encryption of identity data, discovery of OpenID Providers, and session management.