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Getting profile information rather than just authentication

by nhoizey
CAS is a Web based local single signon. Shibboleth is a cross-university authentication and attribute system that doesn't have its own local signon. In order to use Shibboleth, you have to first have a local system like CAS.

Higgins Project Home

by CharlesNepote & 3 others
"Higgins is an open source Internet identity framework designed to integrate identity, profile, and social relationship information across multiple sites, applications, and devices. Higgins is not a protocol, it is software infrastructure to support a consistent user experience that works with all popular digital identity protocols, including WS-Trust, OpenID, SAML, XDI, LDAP, and so on." "The heart of the Higgins user experience is the i-card - a visual metaphor for a set of digital identity data about you, someone you know, or a website you use."


Shibboleth (Internet2) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

by wabaus
The Shibboleth SSO protocol from the Internet2 consortium, in version 1.3 now as an implementation (profile) of SAML 2.0

SAML - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

by wabaus
An internet standard for single sign-on. Version 2.0 now encompasses SAML 1.1 as well as Liberty Alliance ID-FF 1.2 and Internet2 Shibboleth 1.3 as distinct implementations (profiles).

Switch on SAML for PHP With Project Lightbulb

by camel
Switch on SAML for PHP With Project Lightbulb


Shibboleth Project - Internet2 Middleware

by nhoizey & 3 others (via)
Shibboleth is standards-based, open source middleware software which provides Web Single SignOn (SSO) across or within organizational boundaries. It allows sites to make informed authorization decisions for individual access of protected online resources in a privacy-preserving manner.

XML Security Learning Guide

by nhoizey
Securing XML is an essential element in keeping Web services secure. Created in partnership with our sister site,, this Learning Guide is a compilation of resources that review different types of XML security standards and approaches for keeping your XML Web services secure.


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