Single Sign-On (SSO)

Our SSO feature enables you to securely access your account with a single click by taking advantage of third-party identity providers like Okta and Azure AD that support the OpenID Connect protocol (OIDC). OIDC is an identity layer built on top of OAuth 2.0 that helps authenticate and authorize users. It does this by allowing client applications to confirm an end user’s identity using authentication by an authorization server.
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What you get with SSO

Configure one-click sign in with any third-party Identity Provider (IdP) that supports OIDC

Account owners can sign in with both SSO and their username/password combination

Users who are not owners sign in with SSO only

Single Sign-On | SSO

What you get with SSO

Configure one-click sign in with any third-party Identity Provider (IdP) that supports OIDC

Account owners can sign in with both SSO and their username/password combination

Users who are not owners sign in with SSO only

Getting Started with Single Sign-on

Setting up SSO on DNSFilter is Straightforward

Account owners can simply enter their OAuth 2.0 credentials from an IdP in the SINGLE SIGN-ON section of the SETTINGS page of their DNSFilter account. Once the values have been entered correctly, SSO can be turned on.

Learn more about configuring SSO for your users

Getting Started with Single Sign-on

Setting up SSO on DNSFilter is Straightforward

Account owners can simply enter their OAuth 2.0 credentials from an IdP in the SINGLE SIGN-ON section of the SETTINGS page of their DNSFilter account. Once the values have been entered correctly, SSO can be turned on.

Learn more about configuring SSO for your users

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Frequently asked Questions

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