BFT RADIUS/OpenID integration

When: Tuesday, 2013-Jun-25, 11h30-12h00
Where: FCUL-DI, room C6.3.38
Presenter: Oleksandr Malichevskyy

RADIUS and OpenID are two completely different protocols and have two different architectures. Each of protocols has a different proposal and usage. RADIUS is a low-level protocol which provides authentication, authorization and accounting for wired and wireless networks. OpenID is a high-level protocol implemented over HTTP protocol and is used to authenticate user using his identity provider, such as Facebook, Google, etc. We propose an architecture and proof of concept, where we will use two protocols, RADIUS and OpenID, as a unique replicated authentication service fully compatible with the current clients.

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