FusionAuth Blog

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  • The first password to be hacked

    Happy world password day! This is a great day to change your passwords on important accounts such as banking, email or social media systems.

  • Open Source Sponsorship

    Open source is at the core of many applications built today – in fact, almost 90% of companies use open source projects according to Github’s Octoverse report. From new social networks to the latest e-commerce software to even auth platforms, open source projects form the foundation of many of the applications we use every day.

  • Adding single sign-on to a Next.js app using OIDC

    Single sign-on (SSO) is a session and user authentication technique that permits a user to use one set of login credentials to authenticate with multiple apps. SSO works by establishing trust between a service provider, usually your application, and an identity provider, like FusionAuth.

  • Using FusionAuth User Actions

    In this tutorial, you’ll create FusionAuth User Actions to flag a user and send emails and webhook notifications when they buy temporary access to a news site.

    User Actions in FusionAuth can be quite powerful. They are often used to temporarily disable access for a user when there has been some violation or the account needs review. However, they can be used in positive scenarios as well.

  • Announcing FusionAuth 1.45

    FusionAuth version 1.45 shipped on April 10, 2023. This release includes search and pagination of over ten FusionAuth configuration types, a FusionAuth hosted backend for easier use with SPAs, and the ability to import Drupal password hashes. And more!