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Single Sign-On Protocols

LoginRadius Supports All Of The Major Industry Single Sign-On Protocols


With SAML 1.1 and SAML 2.0 flows, LoginRadius can act as either an identity provider (IDP) or a service provider (SP). LoginRadius supports both IDP-initiated and SP-initiated SAML flows.

OAuth 2.0

LoginRadius can function as either an OAuth 2.0 identity provider or as a service provider that delegates the authentication process to an IDP that supports the OAuth framework.


JSON Web Token (JWT) is a commonly used federated SSO protocol that allows you to generate a JSON-formatted, encrypted token. With LoginRadius, this token can be generated via API or requested directly.


LoginRadius supports additional federated SSO protocols, including:

  • Multipass
  • OpenID Connect
  • Delegation

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Custom Identity Providers

Create Flexibility For Customers

The shift towards Bring Your Own Identity is gaining momentum as customers look to use their existing identity. We can help you set up any identity provider your customers are into. Even if you need to go beyond the 40+ social identities that our Social Login already supports, LoginRadius can make that happen.

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OAuth Providers

OAuth is an open standard commonly used by companies such as Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and Twitter to allow users to share their credentials and account information with third-party applications or websites.

OpenID Providers

OpenID Connect is a simple identity layer on top of the OAuth 2.0 protocol that allows computing clients to verify a customer’s identity and get basic profile information about the customer.

Other Providers

Other protocols supported by the LoginRadius Identity Platform include:

  • Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML)
  • WebID

Business Advantages of SSO

Optimize user experience and security with LoginRadius SSO. Enable seamless access to multiple applications with a single set of credentials, eliminating the hassle of repeated authentication.

Industry Compliance

Leveraging Single Sign-On (SSO) ensures adherence to industry regulations such as GDPR and HIPAA by providing centralized authentication. This reduces the risk of non-compliance penalties and data breaches.

Saves Time & Resources

SSO decreases password-related issues and streamlines user onboarding and offboarding processes. This results in lower IT support costs and more time for strategic tasks.

Enhanced Customer Experience

SSO offers a seamless login process across platforms, improving customer satisfaction and loyalty. It reduces login friction, leading to increased customer retention.

Increased IT & Employee Productivity

SSO simplifies IT management with centralized user access control. Employees spend less time on login processes, boosting overall productivity. This also frees IT teams from frequent password resets, enabling them to focus on critical tasks.

Frequently Asked Questions

Get all your questions answered about Single Sign On

What is Single Sign-On (SSO) option?

SSO is an authentication method allowing users to access multiple applications with one set of credentials.

What is Single Sign-On (SSO) implementation?

SSO implementation is the process of setting up the technology to enable users to use one login for multiple applications.

What are three benefits of Single Sign-On (SSO)?

  • Improved User Experience: One login for multiple apps.
  • Enhanced Security: Stronger authentication, reduces password fatigue.
  • Time Savings: Users save time by not entering credentials repeatedly.

What is a major risk of using Single Sign-On (SSO)?

A major risk is that if the single sign-on credentials are compromised, the attacker gains access to multiple systems at once.

What is SSO used for?

SSO is used to simplify the login process for users, improve security through centralized authentication, and save time by eliminating the need for multiple logins.


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See The Future Of CIAM In Action

Single sign-on verifies identity just once and offers access to countless apps and websites with a single login. Unlock a unified login experience for all your applications, whether in the cloud or on-premises, with LoginRadius SSO.