OpenID Connect Back-Channel Logout 1.0 Draft 06 defines how a provider can send a logout token to the relevant relying parties when an end user session linked to an ID token becomes invalid. When back-channel logout is enabled, AM sends a logout token to a URL configured in the relying party’s client profile.
What is backchannel logout? OpenID Connect Back-Channel Logout 1.0 Draft 06 defines how a provider can send a logout token to the relevant relying parties when an end user session linked to an ID token becomes invalid. When backchannel logout is enabled, AM sends a logout token to a URL configured in the relying party’s client profile.
What’s new with OpenID Connect front and back-channel logout? We know, it was a long wait, but now we finally have it, support for OpenID Connect front and back-channel logout in the Connect2id server . The two specs complement core OpenID Connect with mechanisms for notifying concerned relying parties that an end-user has been logged out of the identity provider:
How to set backchannel logout Uri? In the Back Channel Logout URI field, set the URL in the relying party to where AM will send the logout token during backchannel logout. This URL can use the http or the https schemes, and may contain a port, a path, or query parameters, depending on the implementation of the relying party.
How does the RP validate the logout token? Upon receiving a logout request at the back-channel logout URI, the RP MUST validate the Logout Token as follows: If the Logout Token is encrypted, decrypt it using the keys and algorithms that the Client specified during Registration that the OP was to use to encrypt ID Tokens.
What is backchannel logout?
How do I log out a back-channel user? Back-Channel Logout Request The OP uses an HTTP POST to the registered back-channel logout URI to trigger the logout actions by the RP. The POST body uses the application/x-www-form-urlencoded encoding and must include a logout_token parameter containing a Logout Token from the OP for the RP identifying the End-User to be logged out.
What is the back-channel logout Uri? The back-channel logout URI MUST be an absolute URI as defined by Section 4.3 of [RFC3986] . The back-channel logout URI MAY include an application/x-www-form-urlencoded formatted query component, per Section 3.4 of [RFC3986] , which MUST be retained when adding additional query parameters.
What is backchannel logout postman? ForgeRock provides a backchannel logout Postman collection to try out the functionality. The source for the REST calls, including the prerequisites needed to run the collection, is provided as a downloadable JSON file collection. Backchannel logout relies on a relying party that can acknowledge the logout token and send a response back to AM.
What is the difference between front-channel and back-channel logout? The front-channel logout mechanism notifies the relying party by calling a URL via a hidden browser iframe. The back-channel logout mechanism submits the notification as a special logout token (JWT) that is posted directly to the relying party. The relying party must be registered to receive front or back-channel notifications.