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What is the equivalent of logout in OpenID Connect?


What is the equivalent of logout in OpenID Connect?

By : Lakshmi Navya
Date : November 21 2020, 11:01 PM
hope this fix your issue There are at least a few specifications to support this but they are not part of the openid connect spec itself. Implementations may or may not support this. Here's one that I've found frequently supported: http://openid.net/specs/openid-connect-session-1_0.html#RPLogout
Note: logout in openid connect is tricky. Which session(s) do you want to invalidate? Just the RP? If so, the RP can just sign right back in without credentials because the OP (OpenID Connect Identity Provider) still has a session. What if there are other RPs? Just some questions to think about.
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Is the Single Logout available for OpenID Connect?

Is the Single Logout available for OpenID Connect?


By : prashant
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you I don't think it does and even if it did: the Session Management specification is not finalized (it is an implementer's draft), in fact alternatives have been proposed, and it would be hard to ensure that it works against arbitrary RPs.
Does Okta support openid connect (OIDC) logout?

Does Okta support openid connect (OIDC) logout?


By : NPavecha
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further This functionality is currently planned internally @ Okta. Source: I work there =)
EDIT: More information for you! We've got an open JIRA ticket for this. We'll be getting it done in the next few months (don't quote me on this though).
CORS issue with Azure AD OpenID Connect logout in Angular app

CORS issue with Azure AD OpenID Connect logout in Angular app


By : Ahmad Hassan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem You need to redirect the browser to the URL. You can't call it over AJAX.
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https://login.microsoftonline.com/ccb87602-82bf-4f35-b7d2-aa‌​aaaaaaaaaa/oauth2/lo‌​gout?post_logout_red‌​irect_uri=https%3a%2‌​f%2fsitename.azurewe‌​bsites.net%2fHome%2f‌​SignedOut
What is sid claim in logout token in OpenID Connect Back-channel logout?

What is sid claim in logout token in OpenID Connect Back-channel logout?


By : crosales87
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue SID = unique identifier of session of end user on a particular device/user agent, etc. Suppose that I logged-in from android phone in game app and game app uses openID and authenticates with either Facebook or Google. Game app launches the user agent and connects to OpenID provider. Here authentication happens and app gets the ID token (which contains the SID). Game app requests the User claims from OpenID provider and then creates a session on the device but sends the user information to create the session on game app server(RP here) as well.
Now suppose I logged into another app on same phone or different phone and did exactly the same thing. I am now logged into two different apps which has their own sessions but I will be having two session at OP. How will OP distinguish which session to kill. If no SID is there, it will kill all sessions and SID is there, only that session can be killed.
OpenID Connect - how to handle single logout

OpenID Connect - how to handle single logout


By : Rushikesh Nikumbh
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue What kind of solution do you expect?
SLO will work fine if you use OIDC for protection of your resources (you will check access_token on access to resources anyway, which will be revoked) but not in case when OIDC used as an Identity Provider.
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