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JOSSO and the security level

 
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I don�t much about single sign-on and the JOSSO project (see http://www.josso.org/).

I am going to implement single sign-on in a web-system, and then I suggested to use JOSSO to my partner. Then he tells me that JOSSO doesn�t live up to their security politic. Are there any security flaws or other things to be aware of when using JOSSO?

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Hi Jeppe,

As far as I'm aware there are none.

Could you provide further information about the aspects of your company security policy that affect identity management in general ?

For more information about JOSSO being deployed in business-critical environments I'd suggest you check the following posts :
http://sourceforge.net/forum/message.php?msg_id=3072752
http://sourceforge.net/forum/message.php?msg_id=3073062

Regards,
Gianluca.
 
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