About miniOrange SAML 2.0 Single Sign On (SSO) Plugin –
miniOrange SAML 2.0 Single Sign On (SSO) Plugin enables seamless SSO login into your WordPress sites via authentication through any SAML 2.0 compliant Identity Provider. What this means is that, once you authenticate or login via your Identity Provider, you also log into your WordPress sites without manually having to re-enter your credentials. In essence, you use just a single set of credentials for logging into multiple Service Providers like WordPress without the hassle of maintaining or remembering multiple credentials for multiple services.
The WordPress SAML SSO Plugin supports all major IdPs – ADFS, Azure AD, Azure B2C, Okta, Keycloak, Google Workspace, Salesforce, Office365, Shibboleth, etc.
Key Features of miniOrange SAML 2.0 Single Sign On (SSO) Plugin –
Single Set of Credentials - The miniOrange SAML 2.0 Single Sign On (SSO) Plugin enables you to use the same set of credentials used for logging in to your IdP to log in to your WordPress site as well. such that once you sign into your IdP, you also sign into WordPress.
Auto-Create Users - We provide the feature to Auto create users on your wordpress site and map their basic attribute values after authenticating with the Identity Provider.
Protect Complete Site - Protect your complete site behind the SSO by enforcing users to access your WordPress SP site only after they authenticate via their IdP for the SSO.
Login Widgets / buttons / shortcode - Add a link or button anywhere on your WordPress site to allow SSO / authentication via your Identity Provider to login into your WordPress site.
Attribute & Role Mapping - Sync/Map user profile attributes from IDP to WordPress user profile fields, and assign WordPress roles based on user’s groups in your IDP.
Multisite Support - This plugin also allows you to enable Single Sign-On (SSO) login on your multisite WordPress installation for any number of subsites you have in your WordPress multisite network.
Single Logout - Terminate the user's SSO Session on WordPress as well as your Identity Provider (IdP) when the user logs out of your WordPress site (SP).
Federation Support - Enables you to add the option to allow your users to SSO into your WordPress site using their identities stored in the Federated Identity Providers.
Page Restriction - Allows you to make only a part of your site private (SSO login protected) and provides restriction based on user roles.
Supports Integration with third party plugins like BuddyPress, MemberPress, LearnDash, Woocommerce etc.