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CAS

Central Authentication Service

Le Central Authentication Service (CAS) est un système d'authentification unique (Single Sign-On) pour le web développé par Shawn Bayern de l'Université Yale. CAS est un système d'authentification unique : on s'authentifie sur un site Web, et on est alors authentifié sur tous les sites Web qui utilisent le même serveur CAS. Il évite de s'authentifier à chaque fois qu'on accède à une application en mettant en place un système de ticket.

The Central Authentication Service (CAS) is a single sign-on protocol for the web.[1] Its purpose is to permit a user to access multiple applications while providing their credentials (such as userid and password) only once. It also allows web applications to authenticate users without gaining access to a user's security credentials, such as a password.

Enterprise Single Sign-On - CAS provides a friendly open source community that actively supports and contributes to the project. While the project is rooted in higher-ed open source, it has grown to an international audience spanning Fortune 500 companies and small special-purpose installations.

CAS provides enterprise single sign-on service for the Web:

  • An open and well-documented protocol
  • An open-source Java server component
  • Pluggable authentication support (LDAP, database, X.509, 2-factor)
  • Support for multiple protocols (CAS, SAML, OAuth, OpenID)
  • A library of clients for Java, .Net, PHP, Perl, Apache, uPortal, and others
  • Integrates with uPortal, BlueSocket, TikiWiki, Mule, Liferay, Moodle and others
  • Community documentation and implementation support
glossaire/cas.txt · Dernière modification: 02/03/2017 12:44 par cyrille