Simple OAuth 8.x-1.x

Simple OAuth is an implementation of the OAuth 2.0 Authorization Framework: Bearer Token specification.

Using OAuth 2.0 Bearer Token is very easy. See how you can get the basics working in less than a minute!

This project is focused in simplicity of use and flexibility. When deciding which project to use, also consider other projects like OAuth, an OAuth 1 implementation that doesn't rely on you having https in your production server.

Simple OAuth (OAuth2)

There are two significantly different versions of the Simple OAuth module. Version 8.x-1.x is targeted to a quick global authentication using bearer tokens. Version 8.x-2.x is a standard compliant OAuth2 server implementation.

How to identify NetX Platform version

In this doc you can find information how you can identify NetX Platform version which is required for new upgrade where authentication type has been changed.

Simple OAuth: token bearer authentication for Drupal 8

Simple OAuth is an implementation of the OAuth 2.0 Authorization Framework: Bearer Token specification.

Using OAuth 2.0 Bearer Token is very easy. See how you can get the basics working in less than a minute!

This project is focused in simplicity of use and flexibility. When deciding which project to use, also consider other projects like OAuth, an OAuth 1 implementation that doesn't rely on you having https in your production server.

SimpleSAML PHP Auth

The SimpleSAML PHP Auth module integrates the simplesamlphp library into Drupal.

For a full description of the module, visit: https://www.drupal.org/project/simplesamlphp_auth

Installation

Installation instructions can be found on the module page at: https://www.drupal.org/project/simplesamlphp_auth

Versions

Recommended releases:
7.x-2.0-alpha2
6.x-2.7

How TFA module works

This page describes how the Two-Factor Authentication module (TFA) version 2.x module works within Drupal to provide 2FA options for authenticating with Drupal sites.

For more specific details it is recommended that you read the TFA source code.

At a high-level, TFA module does the following 3 things:

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