To integrate the SecSign ID Two-Factor Authentication with Confluence you first need to setup an account with Confluence and have administrative access rights. More information about setting up an account and managing user rights are available on the Confluence website.
Log-in to the administration page of the SecSign ID Server and navigate to SAML Service Provider from the menu. Select “New SAML service provider”.
Enter the following parameter in the corresponding fields.
Name for example: Confluence
NameID Attribute store: SecSign ID Server
NameID source attribute: SecSign ID
Please leave Format blank.
Service Provider Issuer: https://< your Confluence server >/plugins/servlet/samlsso
SAML response URL: https://< your Confluence server >/plugins/servlet/samlsso
RelayState left blank
Audience Restriction: https://< your Confluence server >/plugins/servlet/samlsso
Auth Context left blank
User group to sign: The user group to which you have assigned a
technical user owning the private key to sign SAML responses.
user group name: “SAML response signers.”
Hash algorithm: Server selects.
PSS padding: Server selects.
No SAML attributes selected.
Save the settings.
Navigate to “User groups” and select the user groups whose members shall be allowed to log-in at your Confluence server.
Double click the newly created SAML Service Provider in the list and
then copy the URL beside “Import the IdP SAML meta data from this URL”.
Use a different browser to log-in at your Confluence server. Navigate to the Add-on Menu. Select “SAML Single Sign On (SSO) for Confluence by Resolution Reichert Network Solutions GmbH” and install it.
Go to the SAML Single Sign-On Plugin Configuration.
Select Add an IdP and enter the following parameter:
IdP Type: Import Metadata from URL
Name for example: SecSign ID
Description (for example): SecSign ID Server
Paste the metadata URL copied from the SecSign ID Server.
Click Import, followed by Next.
No changes needed in the dialog “User ID attribute and transformation”.
Continue and check “Enable User creation or update” if necessary.
Save the settings and select Next since you already set-up the IdP (the SecSign ID server).
Start the test and verify a successful SecSign ID log-in.
Then click on Next.
Check “Enable SSO Redirect” if required.
Select “No redirection after logout”, then Save and Close.
We provide an ever growing list of APIs and plugins to easily integrate the SecSign ID Two-Factor Authentication in any project. An overview is available at Plugin and APIs.
We do not only offer APIs in different programming languages but also plugins for CMS, Server and VPN environments, oAuth2 and many more. These plugins use our APIs and offer additional functionalities, for example user management, easy and native installation, logging or integration in firewalls or Active Directory.
The JIRA plugin for example uses the JAVA-API. The PHP-Api and JS-API is used by WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Typo3 and many more. The ASP.net/C#-API is used for the Windows and Cisco VPN and the C-API is used for protecting Unix SSH services. The Objective-C API is used by our AppleTV and iPhone/iPad apps.
You can experience the SecSign ID two-factor authentication and the two-factor login by simply integrating the plugin into your website or test environment. Or you can try out the login process on our website without having to register first. You already have a SecSign ID or you want one? Login now and use the portal or use our hassle free registration.
See for yourself how fast and convenient the login process using challenge-response authentication with 2048-bit key pairs is. There is no need for passwords, and no passwords or other confidential information are ever transmitted. It is easy to integrate and simple to use.
For more information about the patented SafeKey procedure and it's unique security can be found here.
If you are missing an API for the programming language you are working with, feel free to contact us and we’ll find a solution with you. If you need help with the integration into an existing system or you can’t find the plugin for your content management system you are working with, don’t hesitate to contact our support team.
Choose between our SecSign ID Cloud or operate your own on-premise Two-Factor Authentication server.
Operate your own YourBrand ID app - Two-Factor Authentication customized to your needs.
Integrate SecSign ID Two-Factor Authentication in existing apps with our ready-to-use SDK.
Use the Two-Factor Authentication Server to secure your company Active Directory/LDAP. Your own Identity and Access Management System, for example for mandatory updates and additional security features.
Integration in any login environment: web, local, VPN, remote desktop, mobile logins and many more.
No need for complex integration: we have plugins for almost all environments.
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