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You are writing a mobile or web application to access Amazon Web Services like Cognito Synchronized Storage, S3, Amazon DynoDB etc. Also, you need to handle Identities of your application and store the application state or access services unique per Identity in the Amazon Web Service. In this case, you want to delegate handling of Identities or don’t want to provide custom login code and delegate authentication mechanism to NetIQ Access Manager…
This article shows how to write a sample mobile application utilizing Oauth2.0 Implicit Grant to get an access token and ID token. Also, this shows how to get a user’s claim information using UserInfo endpoint of OpenId Connect Core 1.0 protocol. Dependencies This solution uses the following libraries…
In the previous article, I have explained the Botnets and free sites which offer a list of infected sites. Repeated here for readability “There are number of publicly available lists of known IP Addresses that are currently compromised. Various sites offer these lists for free. These hosts are running crimeware with Botnets. The…
Provide a know list of IP address from a simple text file. The file can be hand crafted. Or, can be downloaded from known set of vulnerable IP addresses. Configuring them in Administration Console is tedious. Use this tool to update a text file and see this is effected in “Risk Based Authentication” of NetIQ Access Manager
Policy Types and Extensions There are different type of policies in NetIQ Access Manager, namely Authorization Policies, ID Injection Policies, Form Fill Policies, Role Assignment Policies and External Attributes Policies. The existing capabilities in Access Manager will suit for most of the general use cases. But sometimes it is necessary to write some custom code…
This article provides the steps for configuring a Windows WCF Web Service application and configuring a WCF client application for authenticating and accepting tokens from NetIQ Access Manager WS-Trust.
This document describes how to integrate Oracle EBS(OEBS) with NetIQ Access Manager to provide Single Sign On capability.
In this Appnote, Sureshkumar T explains how to set up a SUSE Firewall configuration that works with the SSL VPN Component of Access Manager.