This is a ws-federation protocol + SAML2 tokens authentication provider for Passport.
The code was originally based on Henri Bergius's passport-saml library.
Passport-wsfed-saml2 has been tested to work with both Windows Azure Active Directory / Access Control Service and with Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services.
$ npm install passport-wsfed-saml2
This example utilizes a development namespace (auth10-dev) on Windows Azure Access Control Service and is using Google as the only identity provider configured for the sample application.
You need to provide a route corresponding to the
path configuration parameter given to the strategy:
Although this started as wsfed&saml we added support for wsfed&jwt. Usage is
This example utilizes a strategy with ADFS using WS-Fed.
This example utilizes a strategy using SAMLp and RP token encryption.
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The Security Notice lists the version that is vulnerable and the actions that are required to upgrade to the lastest version.
This project is licensed under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.