One access/login that can be used with multiple (independent) services.

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Is there a heatmap solution that works behind a login redirect?

I've been looking for a heatmap to collect analytics on user clicks and behavior; however, I haven't found one that reliably works behind a login redirect. Surely something exists. I've tried: ...
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Native vs. Browser Based Sign in for Mobile Apps

Our application currently allows users to sign in using an email/password combination, Facebook or Google. In the update we're working on, we will also add the ability to sign in with a Microsoft ...
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What should the hostname be for a SSO server? (SAML)

I'm creating a SSL certificate for an ADFS server. It will be used to sign-into various sites that support Single Sign On. I'm at the point of the process where I need to choose a name for the host ...
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Redesigning email-only signup

I am redesigning a social network which uses login via Facebook or an email signup/login. In the case of email signup/login users needs to just give their email address and we will send a confirmation ...
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Website registration/login process with highest success rate? [duplicate]

I'm looking for data about how to implement a registration and login process for a new website. We are currently considering four options: Login with email address and password that is stored in ...
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Single login page vs pop up iframe?

We have built a Single Sign-on system. A technical requirement is that it has to refer to another web page to login to get the token for the child site. The current solution is a single point of ...
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How should I go about integrating Mozilla Persona in a website?

For those who've never heard of it before, Mozilla Persona is a single sign-on method that's pretty strict on privacy. For me, as a website administrator, it means that I don't need to ask the user ...
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Implementing Single Sign-On on sites with different navigational structures

I am in the process of implementing Single Sign-On (SSO) across multiple sites and am intending on introducing a shared header. Two of the sites follow the same 'main site' navigation where as others ...