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Mateen Ahmed

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xml Data Transfer using Open Saml 2.0
Security Assertion Markup Language
A Brief Introduction to SAML
- SAML assertions and statements
- SAML request/response protocol
- SAML attribute exchange

SAML Introduction
- Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) is an XML standard for exchanging authentication and authorization data between entities
- SAML 1.0 was adopted as an OASIS standard in Nov 2002
- SAML 1.1 was ratified as an OASIS standard in Sep 2003
- SAML 2.0 became an OASIS standard in Mar 2005

SAML Standards
- Extensible Markup Language (XML)
- XML Schema
- XML Signature
- XML Encryption (SAML 2.0 only)
- Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)

SAML Components
- Assertions:
Authentication, Attribute and Authorization information
- Protocol:
Request and Response elements for packaging assertions
- Bindings:
How SAML Protocols map onto standard messaging or communication protocols
- Profiles:
How SAML protocols, bindings and assertions combine to support a defined use case

SAML Assertions
SAML Protocol
SAML Bindings & Profiles
- Overview
- SAML Introduction
- SAML Versions
- SAML Standards
- SAML Schema
- SAML Components
- SAML Core
SAML Assertions
Assertions Example
SAML Protocols
Attribute Request Protocol Example
Attribute Response Protocol Example
Name Identifiers
Request Protocol
Response Protocol
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