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OpenID Connect & OAuth 2.0 client library
ASP.NET Core authentication handler to validate JWT and reference tokens from IdentityServer4
ASP.NET Core 2.0 Middleware for validating tokens using OAuth 2.0 introspection
IdentityServer is a framework and a hostable component that allows implementing single sign-on and access control for modern web applications and APIs using protocols like OpenID Connect and OAuth2. It supports a wide range of clients like mobile, web, SPAs and desktop applications and is extensible...
OpenID Connect and OAuth 2.0 Framework for ASP.NET Core
ASP.NET Core Middleware for validating scope claims
Thinktecture.IdentityModel Client Library
Client library of Thinktecture.IdentityModel. Includes OAuth2 and OpenID Connect client and helpers for parsing token and authorize responses, Epoch Time helpers, extensions methods for HttpClient.
ASP.NET Core Identity Integration for IdentityServer4
EntityFramework persistence layer for IdentityServer4
IdentityServer3 - AspNetIdentity
ASP.NET Identity support for IdentityServer3
Thinktecture.IdentityModel for ASP.NET Web API v2
Helper library for claims based identity & access control in ASP.NET Web API v2.
Thinktecture.IdentityModel for OWIN/Katana
Helper library for claims based identity & access control in OWIN/Katana based applications.
Thinktecture.IdentityServer.Core (for IdentityServer v2)
Thinktecture IdentityServer Core Libraries for Re-Hosting (for IdentityServer v2)
52,105 total downloads
Claims-based OAuth2 integration
Intersoft Crosslight Services Auth
Provides various authenticators for user authentication in Crosslight apps, including HttpBasic, NTLM, OAuth, OAuth2, and WebAPI authenticator.
DotNetOpenAuth OAuth2 Client for Google
A DotNetOpenAuth client for logging in to Google using OAuth2.
IdentityServer - Windows Authentication Service
This package adds support for integrated Windows authentication to IdentityServer.
A simple client-only OAuth2 library for .NET. This library is designed to be used with minimal implementation by the user, in environments that are not hosted on a web server.