The integration of privacyIDEA with Keycloak to provide a solid basis to secure your applications with a second factor in a single sign-on (SSO) environment. For maximum flexibility, the system relies on standard protocols such as SAML or OpenID Connect (OIDC). This article shows exemplarily the integration of Keykcloak, privacyIDEA and Kolab.
In Tübingen, Germany will be a new Linuxtag – called Tübix. It is the first time that this event is conducted. The location and the program seems to be very interesting. Cornelius will do a workshop there about installing privacyIDEA, enrolling tokens and authenticating at SSH. You should get an […]
Today we released privacyIDEA 2.0. privacyIDEA 2.0 is a migration and rewrite to Flask and AngularJS. The old privacyIDEA was based on the pylons web framework, which was not actively maintained for a while anymore, which also lead to some version conflicts. Using Flask now makes privacyIDEA a lightweight installation […]
Please note: This howto is outdated. It refers to a rather old version of privacyIDEA. Please read the install documentation at readthedocs. Starting with privacyIDEA 1.2 a debian package for Ubuntu 14.04 is availble. Please note, that you will not be able to install it on 12.04, since there would […]