Authentic 2, a versatile identity management server
Authentic 2 is a versatile identity management server aiming to address a broad range of needs, from simple to complex setups; it has support for many protocols and can bridge between them.
Authentic 2 supports many protocols and standards, including SAML2, CAS, OpenID, LDAP, X509 and OAUTH2.
Authentic 2 is under the GNU AGPL version 3 licence.
It has support for SAMLv2 thanks to Lasso, a free (GNU GPL) implementation of the Liberty Alliance and OASIS specifications of SAML2.
Authentic 2 requires Python 2.7 et Django 1.5.
Full documentation available on http://authentic2.readthedocs.org/en/stable/.
SAML 2.0 Identity and service provider
OpenID 1.0 and 2.0 identity provider
Server CAS 1.0 and 2.0 using a plugin
Standards authentication mechanisms:
- Login/password through internal directory or LDAP
- X509 certificate over SSL/TLS
Protocol proxying, for instance between OpenID and SAML
Support of LDAP v2 and v3 directories
Support of the PAM backend
One-time password (OATH and Google-Authenticator) using a plugin
Identity attribute management
First of all, you can boot Authentic vwithout root privileges like this:
# Initialize a virtualenv:
virtualenv authentic source ./authentic/bin/activate cd authentic
# Install Authentic:
pip install authentic2
# Initialize the database migrations:
authentic2-ctl syncdb --migrate
# Run the HTTP test server:
You can “open”:http://dev.entrouvert.org/projects/authentic/issues/new bug reports or feature request on this site.
Entr’ouvert also provides a commercial support. For information, see http://www.entrouvert.com.
Authentic is copyrighted by Entr’ouvert and is licensed through the GNU Affero General Public Licence, version 3 or later. A copy of the whole license text is available in the COPYING file.
The OpenID IdP originates in the project django_openid_provider by Roman Barczy¿ski, which is under the Apache 2.0 licence. This imply that you must distribute authentic2 under the AGPL3 licence when distributing this part of the project which is the only AGPL licence version compatible with the Apache 2.0 licence.