Oauth - identity management for websites
An Enterprise-Grade Platform for Modern Identity
A cloud service, APIs and tools that eliminate the friction of identity for your applications and APIs.
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AD & LDAP
Platforms & Connections
Single sign on for applications running on any platform with any identity provider. Open-sourced official SDKs and standards-based APIs.
Google / Gmail
The widget will call the Auth0 API to connect to Active Directory through the AD Connector. For SAML, the user's email domain will be used to redirect to the right identity provider (i.e. home realm discovery).
Sign Up Reset password
Turning on a social identity provider in the dashboard will automatically show the social provider's icon on the widget. All popular identity providers work out of the box. The widget automatically remembers which identity provider was last chosen by a user.
"Sign Up" & "Forgot Your Password"
The Widget comes ready to use for sign ups with username/password. Standard features include email verification and a "Forgot your password" flow.
SDKs for all popular web, mobile, and native platforms. Supported by simple and powerful user-tailored documentation.
var lock = new Auth0Lock('2M7P0Or', '.auth0.com');
Customize any stage of the authentication and authorization pipeline.
Rule 1Rule 2Rule n
APP / API
How Rules Work
Customize any step in the authentication and authorization pipeline.
Open sourced on GitHub.
Example #1: Simple Whitelist
Example #2: Add Roles from a Database
Example #3: Count Logins with Persistent Attributes
Example #4: Create a Salesforce Lead
Easily connect your applications and APIs to a your database of users and passwords
We store the users' credentials
By default, we securely store the users' credentials in our database and you don't have to write a line of code.
...or plug in your own database
Have a legacy database of users? Have a compliance requirement that the user database be stored under your physical control? Script the Login, Create, and Verify functions and easily plug your own user credentials database into Auth0. Read more...