flask-ldap3-login - LDAP3 Logins for Flask/Flask-Login

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Flask LDAP3 Login allows you to easily integrate your flask app with an LDAP directory. It can be used as an extension to Flask-Login and can even be used with Flask-Principal for permission and privilege management. Flask LDAP3 Login uses the ldap3 library, maintaining compatability with python 3.4 and backwards.




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