Displaying 1 to 20 from 305 results

fosite - Extensible security first OAuth 2.0 and OpenID Connect SDK for Go.

  •    Go

The security first OAuth2 & OpenID Connect framework for Go. Built simple, powerful and extensible. This library implements peer-reviewed IETF RFC6749, counterfeits weaknesses covered in peer-reviewed IETF RFC6819 and countermeasures various database attack scenarios, keeping your application safe when that hacker penetrates or leaks your database. OpenID Connect is implemented according to OpenID Connect Core 1.0 incorporating errata set 1 and includes all flows: code, implicit, hybrid.OAuth2 and OpenID Connect are difficult protocols. If you want quick wins, we strongly encourage you to look at Hydra. Hydra is a secure, high performance, cloud native OAuth2 and OpenID Connect service that integrates with every authentication method imaginable and is built on top of Fosite.




angular-http-auth

  •    Javascript

This is the implementation of the concept described in Authentication in AngularJS (or similar) based application.There are releases for both AngularJS 1.0.x and 1.2.x, see releases.

casbin - An authorization library that supports access control models like ACL, RBAC, ABAC in Golang

  •    Go

Casbin is a powerful and efficient open-source access control library for Golang projects. It provides support for enforcing authorization based on various access control models. In Casbin, an access control model is abstracted into a CONF file based on the PERM metamodel (Policy, Effect, Request, Matchers). So switching or upgrading the authorization mechanism for a project is just as simple as modifying a configuration. You can customize your own access control model by combining the available models. For example, you can get RBAC roles and ABAC attributes together inside one model and share one set of policy rules.

ember-simple-auth - A library for implementing authentication/authorization in Ember

  •    Javascript

Ember Simple Auth supports all Ember.js versions starting with 1.12. Ember Simple Auth is a lightweight library for implementing authentication/ authorization with Ember.js applications. It has minimal requirements with respect to application structure, routes etc. With its pluggable strategies it can support all kinds of authentication and authorization mechanisms.


Devise - Flexible authentication solution for Rails with Warden

  •    Ruby

Devise is a flexible authentication solution for Rails based on Warden. It supports Database Authentication, Sends emails with confirmation instructions and verifies whether an account is already confirmed during sign in, Reset password and sends reset instructions, tracks sign in count, timestamps and IP address, Locks an account after a specified number of failed sign-in attempts and lot more.

permit - An unopinionated authentication library for building Node.js APIs.

  •    Javascript

An unopinionated authentication library for building Node.js APIs. Permit makes it easy to add an authentication layer to any Node.js API. It can be used with any of the popular server frameworks (eg. Express, Koa, Hapi, Fastify) and it can be used for any type of API (eg. REST, GraphQL, etc.) due to its simple, unopinionated design.

huge - Simple user-authentication solution, embedded into a small framework.

  •    PHP

Just a simple user authentication solution inside a super-simple framework skeleton that works out-of-the-box (and comes with an auto-installer), using the future-proof official bcrypt password hashing/salting implementation of PHP 5.5+, plus some nice features that will speed up the time from idea to first usable prototype application dramatically. Nothing more. This project has its focus on hardcore simplicity. Everything is as simple as possible, made for smaller projects, typical agency work and quick drafts. If you want to build massive corporate applications with all the features modern frameworks have, then have a look at Laravel, Symfony or Yii, but if you just want to quickly create something that just works, then this script might be interesting for you. HUGE's simple-as-possible architecture was inspired by several conference talks, slides and articles about huge applications that - surprisingly and intentionally - go back to the basics of programming, using procedural programming, static classes, extremely simple constructs, not-totally-DRY code etc. while keeping the code extremely readable (StackOverflow, Wikipedia, SoundCloud).

apollo-universal-starter-kit - Apollo 2 Universal Starter Kit — GraphQL React JavaScript app boilerplate for Mobile, Server and Web where code for all platforms built with Webpack to enable max code reuse, stack: Apollo, GraphQL, React 16, React Native, Expo, Express, Knex, SQLite, Twitter Bootstrap, Babel, Webpack

  •    Javascript

Apollo Universal Starter Kit is a SEO friendly boilerplate for Universal Mobile and Web app development built on top of Apollo, GraphQL, React 16, React Native, Expo, Redux, Express with SQL storage support, for styling Twitter Bootstrap, NativeBase and Ant Design integration. Hot Code Reload of back end & front end using Webpack and Hot Module Replacement to reflect your changes instantly and help you stay productive. This starter kit adds full React Native integration, with Webpack as a packager and Expo. No native code compilation tools are needed in order to develop native mobile applications with this kit. You are able to run both web and mobile versions of your app at the same time connected to the same backend.

android_packages_apps_GmsCore - Implementation of Play Services Core package

  •    Java

microG GmsCore is a FLOSS (Free/Libre Open Source Software) framework to allow applications designed for Google Play Services to run on systems, where Play Services is not available.

jwt - Koa middleware for validating JSON Web Tokens

  •    Javascript

This module lets you authenticate HTTP requests using JSON Web Tokens in your Koa (node.js) applications. See this article for a good introduction.

bcrypt.js - Optimized bcrypt in plain JavaScript with zero dependencies.

  •    Javascript

Optimized bcrypt in JavaScript with zero dependencies. Compatible to the C++ bcrypt binding on node.js and also working in the browser. While bcrypt.js is compatible to the C++ bcrypt binding, it is written in pure JavaScript and thus slower (about 30%), effectively reducing the number of iterations that can be processed in an equal time span.

bouncer - Eloquent roles and abilities.

  •    PHP

Bouncer is an elegant, framework-agnostic approach to managing roles and abilities for any app using Eloquent models. Bouncer is an elegant, framework-agnostic approach to managing roles and abilities for any app using Eloquent models. With an expressive and fluent syntax, it stays out of your way as much as possible: use it when you want, ignore it when you don't.

react-native-touch-id - React Native authentication with the native Touch ID popup.

  •    Java

React Native Touch ID is a React Native library for authenticating users with biometric authentication methods like Face ID and Touch ID on both iOS and Android (experimental). In order to use Biometric Authentication, you must first link the library to your project.

aws-iam-authenticator - A tool to use AWS IAM credentials to authenticate to a Kubernetes cluster

  •    Go

A tool to use AWS IAM credentials to authenticate to a Kubernetes cluster. The initial work on this tool was driven by Heptio. The project recieves contributions from multiple community engineers and is currently maintained by Heptio and Amazon EKS OSS Engineers. If you are an administrator running a Kubernetes cluster on AWS, you already need to manage AWS IAM credentials to provision and update the cluster. By using AWS IAM Authenticator for Kubernetes, you avoid having to manage a separate credential for Kubernetes access. AWS IAM also provides a number of nice properties such as an out of band audit trail (via CloudTrail) and 2FA/MFA enforcement.

node.bcrypt.js - bcrypt for NodeJs

  •    C++

First, make sure that the version of node you are using is a stable version. You'll know this because it'll have an even major release number. We do not currently support unstable versions and while the module may happen to work on some unstable versions you'll find that we quickly close issues if you're not using a stable version. If you are on a stable version of node, we can't magically know what you are doing to expose an issue, it is best if you provide a snippet of code or log files if you're having an install issue. This snippet need not include your secret sauce, but it must replicate the issue you are describing. The issues that get closed without resolution tend to be the ones that don't help us help you. Thanks.