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Introduction to OpenID Connect and OAuth

OpenID Connect is the de-facto standard we should use for handling authentication and authorization in modern applications. However, it can still be very complex and confusing with all the various concepts, including scopes, claims, flows, resources, and tokens.

In this course, you will learn the following:

  • Authentication vs. authorization
  • How OAuth 2.x and OpenID Connect work
  • Fundamental concepts
  • How a client authenticates against an authorization server
  • How to retrieve and consume JWT tokens
  • How OpenID Connect fits into your architecture
  • How the tokens are secured and managed

This course includes many hands-on exercises that will help you understand how the protocol works under the hood, so you can get the best from it.


Utbildningsformer
Remote

Längd
1 dag

Pris
10950 kr

Target audience

Developers and architects who want to learn the fundamentals and how to protect applications using OAuth2 and OpenID Connect. This class focuses on the various standards and protocols, without relying on a specific implementation or programming language.

Prerequisites

It would be best if you had a good understanding of the following:

  • The HTTP(s) protocol (including methods, headers, and cookies…)
  • How the web works in general
  • Some experience in developing backend web solutions

Agenda: Introduction to OpenID Connect and OAuth

In this course, we will cover the following:

Introduction

  • Authentication vs. Authorization
  • Our challenges
  • OAuth versions
  • OAuth vs. OpenID Connect

Towards OpenID Connect

  • Reference tokens
  • Bearer tokens

Token Service

  • Authorization Server
  • Relying party
  • ID token
  • Access token
  • Authentication architecture
  • Token endpoints
  • Discovery document

Implicit flow

  • How does this flow work
  • Why it is no longer a recommended flow

JWT tokens

  • ID token
  • JSON Web Tokens
  • JWT access tokens

Claims and scopes

  • What are claims?
  • Claim types
  • Scopes
  • User consent

Securing the token

  • Unsecure tokens
  • Signed tokens
  • Signature algorithms
  • Private/public keys
  • Encrypted tokens

Authorization Code Flow

  • Public vs. private clients
  • Front vs. back-channel

Client Credentials flow

Refresh tokens

And much more…

After this course

After this course, we recommend you look at the following related courses: