This plugin upgrades the standard WordPress login forms with one powered by Authress that enables:
- Universal authentication
- Over 40 social login providers
- Enterprise connections (SAML, Office 365, Google Apps, and more)
- Customer configurable SSO connections
- Ultra secure
- User identity
- Security access policies
- Mitigate brute force attacks
– Azure AD and B2C
– Office 365
– Ping Identity
– Googl Workspace
– And any custom OAuth2.1, OpenID, or SAML provider
With SSO Login, you can automatically support business and enterprise customers that have important security requirements for their users to use your site and platform.
By using this plugin you are delegating the site authentication and profile handling to Authress. That means that you won’t need to use the WordPress database to authenticate users and the default WordPress login forms will be upgraded to support the new SSO Login flow.
Please see our knowledge base for more information on how Authress authenticates and manages your users.
Migrating Existing Users
Authress allows multiple authentication providers. You can have social providers like Facebook, Twitter, Google+, a database of users and passwords (just like WordPress), or you can use an Enterprise directories like, Office365, Google Apps, SAML, OpenID, OAuth2.1. All those authentication providers are supported and more.
How to customize this plugin
This plugin provides extension points to make it easier to configure it exactly as you need. Check out the full docs:
* SSO Login customizations
This plugin requires an Authress account.
- Sign up here.
- Follow the installation instructions the WordPress plugin during installation.
Can I customize the Authress login?
The Authress login widget is completely configurable and it’s open source on GitHub. You can style the form like any of your site components by enqueuing a stylesheet in your theme. Use the
login_enqueue_scriptshook to style the form on wp-login.php,
wp_enqueue_scriptsto style widgets and shortcodes, or both to affect the form in all locations.
Which authentication providers are supported?
All social providers and business login directories are supported. For more details, please see configuring social and enterprise authentication providers.
Didn’t find what you were looking for?
No problem, you can directly connect with the Authress development team in our user community, and we’ll help you get squared away.
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Contributors & Developers
“SSO Login – Universal (OAuth + SAML)” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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Interested in development?
Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.
Complete list of changes for this and other releases
- Added additional support for Google and GitHub SSO.
- Enabled custom configuration of the login form via standard WordPress hooks.