Top 20 NuGet sts Packages
The AWS Security Token Service (AWS STS) enables you to provide trusted users with temporary credentials that provide controlled access to your AWS resources.
Creates an ASP.NET Core STS application using IdentityServer4 and Identity with localisation, TOTP, personal data, Bootstrap 4
Oss Helper for .Net Core, which provide STS,Policy Authentication and common callback functions.
AWS Security Token Service Client for the AWS SDK for C++. AWS SDK for C++ provides a modern C++ (version C++ 11 or later) interface for Amazon Web Services (AWS). It is meant to be performant and fully functioning with low- and high-level SDKs, while minimizing dependencies and providing platform p...
Redistributable components for package 'AWSSDKCPP-STS'. This package should only be installed as a dependency. (This is not the package you are looking for).
Embedded and easy to use WS-Federation STS for ASP.NET with minimal configuration. Can be used as a replacement for the deprecated "Identity and Access Control" Visual Studio extension.
A solution for adding Federated Identity Scaffolding to a Windows Phone Project. See Project Site link for more details.
Middleware that applies security-related HTTP headers to an OWIN pipeline. See OWASP List https://www.owasp.org/index.php/List_of_useful_HTTP_headers CSP2 implementation according to: http://www.w3.org/TR/CSP2/
A solution for adding Federated Identity Scaffolding to an Asp.Net Web Project. See Project Site link for more details.
A solution for adding Federated Identity Scaffolding to a Windows 8 WinRT Project. See Project Site link for more details.
Configure your Sitefinity Project to use an external STS
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HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) is a proposed web security policy mechanism where a web server declares that complying user agents (such as a web browser) are to interact with it using secure connections only (such as HTTPS). Originally published by Sacha Faust on his blog. http://blogs.msdn...