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Why use a standardized auth protocol?
Software applications regularly need to gain access to data from other services on behalf of their users. An application may need to grab a list of user’s contacts from a third-party service, such as their Google contacts. Or it might need to access a user’s calendar so the application can create calendar entries for the user. Larger organizations often require employees to have passwordless access to all the applications and services needed to do their jobs.READ MORE
FusionAuth Advanced MFA Gives Developers Flexibility, Control in Deploying Authentication Factors
FusionAuth, makers of the complete, developer-focused API-first identity and access management platform, today announced FusionAuth Advanced Multi Factor Authentication (MFA). The new offering aligns with the company’s commitment to Developer Ergonomics – giving developers more flexibility and choice in deploying authentication within their organizations. With FusionAuth Advanced MFA, developers can layer in different authentication factors such as TOTP, multiple phone numbers or email addresses, step up authentication, applications and even new factors as they are introduced to the market.READ MORE
NextAuth, SSO with the Login API, and duplicate key errors
The FusionAuth community has an active online forum, and I wanted to highlight some recent topics. In general, forum discussions focus on FusionAuth, how to solve problems with it, and how to integrate the auth system with other software packages and systems.READ MORE
FITT Finder chose FusionAuth and left auth security to the experts
Trevor Robinson is a FusionAuth community member and co-founder and CTO of FITT Finder, a meta-search and discovery engine for health and fitness activities. He chatted with us over email about how he and his team are using FusionAuth to meet their auth needs.READ MORE