Sign In To Your Wiki With SSO

News updated on May 6, 2024 by Jeroen De Dauw

Sign In To Your Wiki With SSO

Authenticate seamlessly with Google, Microsoft, GitHub, and more.

We're thrilled to announce support for additional Single Sign-On (SSO) options. ProWiki now allows you to authenticate using identity providers such as Google, Microsoft, and Slack. You can also authenticate via Generic OpenID Connect or authentication services like Auth0.

Your wiki administrators can configure SSO and other authentication options via our MediaWiki admin panel.

A list of SSO identity providers including GitLab, Google, Microsoft, and Slack

Single Sign-On (SSO) streamlines your workflow by eliminating the need to manage multiple passwords, reducing both the hassle and the security risks associated with password management. By consolidating login credentials through trusted providers, SSO minimizes the likelihood of security breaches and simplifies access, enabling you to focus more on productivity and less on administrative tasks. This integration offers a more streamlined, secure login experience across various platforms.

Additionally, with our new OAuth 2.0 Server support, you can use your wiki as an identity provider, allowing login to other applications with your ProWiki accounts.

A configuration UI that allows enabling OAuth Server

Get Started With SSO

SSO is one of the many features included in ProWiki. Create your wiki today.


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