The WSO2 IdentityServer team is pleased to announce the release of version 4.6.0 of the WSO2 IdentityServer (IS).
WSO2 IdentityServer is an open source Identity and Entitlement management server having support for SAML, OpenID, OAuth, OpenID Connect, SCIM, XACML and heterogeneous user stores. WSO2 IdentityServer is developed on top of the revolutionary WSO2 Carbon platform, an OSGi based framework that provides seamless modularity to your SOA via componentization. All the major features have been developed as pluggable Carbon components.
Use "admin", "admin" as the username and password to login as an admin
If you need to start the OSGi console with the server use the property -DosgiConsole when starting the server. The INSTALL.txt file found on the installation directory will give you a comprehensive set of options and properties that can be passed into the startup script
New Features In This Release
[IDENTITY-1986] Identity Provider (IdP) Initiated SAML2 Web Single Sign On (SSO).
Key Features of WSO2 IdentityServer
Entitlement Engine with XACML 3.0/2.0 and WS-XACML support.
OAuth Authorization Server with OAuth 2.0/1.0a support.
Identity Provisioning with SCIM 1.1.
SAML 2.0 Web Browser SSO Identity Provider.
OpenID 2.0 OpenID Provider.
Claim based Security Token Service(STS) with SAML 2.0/1.1 support.
Support for various types of User Stores such as JDBC, Cassandra, LDAP, Active Directory in Read/Write mode.
Integrated Windows Authentication and webSEAL authentication.
XMPP based multi-factor authentication.
Improved User Management.
User Profiles and Profile Management.
Separable front-end and back-end - a single front-end server can be used to administer several back-end servers.
Improvements and Tasks Completed in This Release
This release of WSO2 IdentityServer comes with a number of improvements and tasks completed, both in the base Carbon framework and in the IdentityServer specific components. All the improvements and tasks which have been done for this release can be found at:
This release of WSO2 IdentityServer comes with a number of bug fixes, both in the base Carbon framework and in the IdentityServer specific components. All the issues which have been fixed in this release can be found at:
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