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Giving back

Open-source software is awesome and we want to give back to the community.

We believe in open-source software. It is really priceless. We love versatility. Ultimate customization. Organic development of the code.
The act of working with open-source software is really intimate because you can see the code naked. We found an attractive open-source project that we love. It makes SSO easy. And standard. And custom.
We love IdentityServer4. OpenID Connect & OAuth2 standard tokens for modern applications. SSO for everyone. Connect to any standard OIDC, OAuth2, SAML2 providers like Azure AD, Okta, Google, Facebook, etc. Be the Identity Provider.
IdentityServer4 is awesome and we want to give back to the community. We made a couple of projects on GitHub using .NET Core 3.1 that can help you with MFA flows. ASP.NET Core Identity integration, MSSQL or PostgreSQL. If you are looking for older examples and tutorials (.NET Core 2.1) you can find them here.
We wrote step-by-step tutorials to get you started from no project up to a production-ready Docker image.

01. IdentityServer4 Quickstart .NET Core 3.1

You can find the project here. Setup the project and run it in Visual Studio In order to make our lives a bit easier, the team responsible for IdentityServer4 created dotnet templates to quickstart various ID4 projects. We will start with a quickstart template (including basic UI) to get to know the basic parts of […]

02. IdentityServer4 EntityFramework .NET Core 3.1

You can find the project here. IdentityServer4 EntityFramework is the second post in my IdentityServer4 tutorial series. I highly recommend starting with IdentityServer4 Quickstart as it will make things much easier to follow. We will continue where we left of with the project created in the quickstart. You can find the quickstart project source code […]

03. IdentityServer4 EF With PostgreSQL .NET Core 3.1

You can find the project here. Remove existing MSSQL migrations If you followed my previous tutorial we were adding migrations for operational and configuration stores in MSSQL database. We will now say bye-bye to the MSSQL database and switch to PostgreSQL which is a really good open-source and free relational database engine. We will leave […]

04. PART 1 IdentityServer4 ASP.NET Core Identity .NET Core 3.1

You can find the project here. What is ASP.NET Core Identity The official explanation from Microsoft docs is: “ASP.NET Core Identity is a membership system that adds login functionality to ASP.NET Core apps. Users can create an account with the login information stored in Identity or they can use an external login provider.” and “Identity […]

04. PART 2 IdentityServer4 ASP.NET Core Identity .NET Core 3.1

You can find the project here. If you got up to this point I congratulate you for being persistent. Most of the “hard” steps are pretty much done. We just need to create database migrations for ASP.NET Core Identity to create the database tables. I will help you to understand new identity tables, similar as […]

04. PART 3 IdentityServer4 ASP.NET Core Identity .NET Core 3.1

You can find the project here. Test data In order to start playing with the IdentityServer4, later on, we must populate test config and user data into our database tables. Without it, we can’t start using the IdentityServer4. Changes are pretty straight forward and require adding the seed data in code and adding a setting […]

05. IdentityServer4 Adding custom properties to User .NET Core 3.1

You can find the project here. Custom User properties vs claims Initial user properties are set by ASP.NET Core Identity. These properties like “Username”, “Email”, “AccessFailedCount” etc are defined for each user. Claims could be used to add additional user information in tokens for a specified identity scope. But there are scenarios where adding claims […]

06. IdentityServer4 External Providers .NET Core 3.1

You can find the project here. Standard Protocols All Identity Providers are supported using standard protocols like OpenID Connect, OAuth2, SAML2 and WS-Federation. This could be Okta, it could be Auth0, could be proprietary IdP of a client, could be another IdentityServer4. Take a look at the list of out-of-the-box extensions for “AuthenticationBuilder” for big […]

07. IdentityServer4 MFA – TOTP .NET Core 3.1

You can find the project here. Why MFA Multi-factor authentication or MFA requires multiple factors to authenticate a user. Two-factor authentication (2FA) is an MFA with two factors. There is no real limit on how many factors we can add but it’s not practical for a user to use many factors as it hurts usability of […]

08. PART 1 IdentityServer4 MFA – FIDO2 (YubiKey 5) .NET Core 3.1

You can find the project here. Why FIDO2 Two words. Unphishable authentication. Let’s explain a bit more. Authentication can be intercepted in a reverse proxy scenario. To get a user in a reverse proxy scenario an attacker can send an email looking like a legitimate email from a service the user is frequently using. Let’s say […]

08. PART 2 IdentityServer4 MFA – FIDO2 (YubiKey 5) .NET Core 3.1

You can find the project here.   This is PART 2 of the IdentityServer4 MFA – FIDO2 (YubiKey 5). We will pick up where we left off in PART 1.   New pages and controllers We will need two pages and two controllers. Those two pages will use two JS scripts we added earlier for enrollment […]

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Identity Provider

Deployed in-house or on-cloud, multiple instances, Web App or Docker image. Standard Identity and Access Management solution with SSO.

  • Implementation of Identity Provider (IdP) solution based on IdentityServer4
  • Integration with existing SPA, MVC, Web API and native applications
  • Azure AD, Okta, Google and more external provider integrations
  • Custom features like user provisioning, impersonation, multi-factor auth
  • ASP.NET Core Identity user store
  • User import from non-standard to the standard user store
  • Different data store implementations like MSSQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, In-memory
  • Error log
  • Open-source Admin UI
  • Identity Provider
  • Migration

    The biggest concern is to migrate config and user stores correctly along with any custom features and endpoints. Client application changes are usually minimal.

    • Implementation of the latest stable Identity Provider (IdP) solution
    • Custom features migration
    • Integration with existing applications
    • Configuration data migration
    • User store migration
    • External provider configuration
    • Custom endpoints & auth flows
    • Error log
    • Open-source Admin UI
  • Migration
  • Visual identity and branding

    Bootstrap UI works but is visually generic. Custom login and logout page and header with a brand logo are usually required to make it fit with the existing brand visual identity.

    • Custom header with brand logo
    • Custom colors and fonts
    • Custom menus
    • Login page re-design
    • ASP.NET Core Identity pages re-design
    • Custom error page
    • Custom 404 page
    • Custom text on existing pages
    • Custom pages
  • Visual identity and branding
    • In my 11+ years of professional software development carrier, I've written my share of custom user stores and auth solutions. Last 3+ years the IdentityServer really gained momentum. The resources online are still scarce but it's much easier to find information now. I want to help and provide as much free value as I can. I also identified a need for paid consultation & integration services with a support plan for businesses. I've shared my dream with other people. This is how Deblokt story started.

      Ivan Sedlak

      Co-founder and CTO

      I see IdentityServer4 as a tool that connects applications through SSO. It makes securing assets reliable and transparent. Industry-standard security implementation is a requirement for all modern applications. Our mission is to inspire you to integrate good SSO solutions and provide you with all the resources you need to succeed.

      Neda Matković Sedlak

      Co-founder and CEO

      Identity solutions are important because of their delicate nature of business. Security, raw speed, scalability and reliability of these solutions is paramount because if the identity system fails all other systems are unusable or usable in a limited capacity. Using standard Identity solutions helps everyone, in short run - easy to implement and connect with everything, and long run - easy to maintain and eventually migrate.

      Jovan Babić

      Software Engineer

      Team

      One goal, one mission, one team - The Deblokt family.

      Neda Matković Sedlak
      Co-founder and CEO

      Ivan Sedlak
      Co-founder and CTO

      Nada Ušumović
      Software Engineer

      Jovan Babić
      Software Engineer

      Contact

      Need help? Contact us to discuss your requirements.