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Single Sign On (SSO)

Allow Foxpass users to log in to different service providers via Web or Terminal

With the Foxpass SSO Add-on, your already authenticated users with Foxpass can now log in to different service providers via Web or Terminal, saving them time and context switching. This Add-on is currently in beta mode and free to test by everyone. In the near future, this Add-on will become a paid Add-on. We currently support the following service providers and are quickly adding support for more.

Foxpass users can log in to different service Providers either via Foxpass Console (web) or via Foxpass SSO command-line utility (terminal).

SSO Configuration

If you are an Administrator of your Foxpass account, you can configure SSO for your account by going to the SSO Service Providers settings page. You can enable and disable different service providers per your needs.

SSO Web Login

Users can log in to different configured service providers such as the AWS console by going to the Foxpass Console's Foxpass SSO page.

SSO Terminal Login / utility

Users can use the Foxpass SSO command-line utility to log in or get temporary tokens from their configured service providers such as obtaining temporary AWS credentials. Copy your SSO API key from the Foxpass Console's Service Provider page and then install the Command line utility via the command shown below.

curl https://foxpass-sso.s3.amazonaws.com/1.0/install.sh --output install.sh && sudo bash install.sh <SSO_API_KEY>

Do not hesitate to reach out to us if you have any feedback or issues.

Updated about a month ago


Single Sign On (SSO)


Allow Foxpass users to log in to different service providers via Web or Terminal

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