Use Single-Sign On to connect Magento to Google Accounts, Linkedin, Facebook and other OAuth or OpenID Connect providers, for better verification and a more secure solution to logging in.
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Use Single-Sign On to connect Magento to Google+, Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter and other Identity Providers, for better verification and a more secure solution to logging in. Single Sign-On replaces the default Magento login procedure for a Single Sign-On procedure. This will allow Magento to connect with any OAuth compatible identity provider
It works both on the Magento frontend and theadministrative backend, giving it just that extra bit of value. You can map attributes from your external provider, provide default values and even execute basic tasks on the incoming attributes like splitting and regular expressions.
The extension allows for the creation of a user when it does not exist yet, and also has the ability to create both the default billing and shipping address. This lowers the barriers for your customers and increases the rate of conversion.
Many leaders already use our extensions to allow their employees, customers or relations to login to their systems with central logins, granting them an easy way to login, maintain address information and to enrich information within Magento without bothering the customer with these details. This simplifies processes, secures the system tightly and makes it easy for customers to purchase items. In commercial systems, this results in a higher conversion rate due to less obstacles to take.
We also provide a complete integration service found on our website, that is so cheap that our competitors aren't even willing to provide the same service for that price. So if you need our expertise to help you out, we're able to integrate with any SAML2 or OAuth2 provider for a very fair price and can plan it on short notice.
The extension can deal with any OAuth2 and OpenID compatible providers and will allow you to make multiple connections in a single store
OAuth is an open standard for authorization, commonly used as a way for Internet users to authorize websites or applications to access their information on other websites but without giving them the passwords. This mechanism is used, for example, by Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, etc to permit the users to share information about their accounts with third party applications or websites.
- Google Accounts
- Private OAuth2 Identity Providers
- And more
Where did we apply Single Sign-On
This extension has been tested and used in many situations!
This is just a selection of companies all around the world have started to use our extensions
- Canadian Government
- British Government
If you are looking on how to install the extension or are curious about the inner workings, please check our documentation.
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- Compatible with Open Source (CE) : 1.8 1.8.1 1.9 1.9.1 1.9.2 1.9.3
- Stability: Stable Build
Refactoring to make the extension compatible with the MEQP1 standards