Information about integrating CAS with a website


There are several different ways for applications to integrate CAS authentication, including login and validation. When integrating CAS authentication with your application, follow these best practices: Applications using CAS must operate entirely over TLS (i.e., the casurl must be an HTTPS URL). Enabling HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) is highly recommended. To be sure they are authenticating to APIIT Education Group’s CAS, users must be able to see the URL Therefore, applications must redirect to CAS and not render the login page inside an…

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What is Central Authentication Service?

Central Authentication Service

The CAS (Central Authentication Service) login service allows you to access multiple computing systems after entering your username and password only once on a central authentication server. This is often referred to as single sign-on. For example, if you log in to PAWS, you will be able to access services such as Blackboard or wikis without having to log in again. CAS currently supports several web applications. In the future, all other systems will use CAS as well. You will be automatically redirected to the…

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