The OAuth and OpenID Connect protocols provide a federated single sign-on experience for the web. In this video, Mike Chapple explains how OAuth and OpenID Connect work together to provide secure authentication and authorization.
- [Instructor] The OAuth and OpenID Connect protocols…provide a federated single sign-on experience for the web.…You've probably already used the OAuth…and OpenID Connect protocols on the web,…you just might not know them by those names.…Many popular web services use these protocols.…You'll often find websites relying upon identity providers…including LinkedIn, Facebook, Google, Amazon and others.…Let's take a look at these protocols in action.…
I'm visiting Lynda.com in a web browser…and I'd like to go ahead and log in.…I'll click the sign in button…and then I'm provided with two options.…I can either go ahead and continue logging in…with a username from Lynda.com…or I can use the sign in with LinkedIn button…to go ahead and connect using my LinkedIn credentials.…I'm going to go ahead and click sign in with LinkedIn,…but what I want you to notice first…is that right now I'm on the Lynda.com domain.…You can see that in the address bar…at the top of the browser.…
Once I click the sign in with LinkedIn button,…a window pops up and in this window…
Instructor Mike Chapple has designed the training around the most recent version of CompTIA Security+, SY0-501, which expands coverage of mobile and cloud technologies. By learning about the topics in this course, you'll be prepared to answer questions from the latest exam—and strengthen your own organization's systems and defenses. To join one of Mike's free study groups, visit certmike.com.
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- Identification methods
- Authentication factors
- Multifactor authentication
- Single sign-on
- Authorization and access controls
- Account management