LemonLDAP::NG 1.1 Enables Web Single Sign-on


The most recent version of LemonLDAP::NG 1.1 incorporates several new features such as two-factor authentication.

With the latest version 1.1 of LemonLDAP::NG notifications can be sent to all users, including the possibility to display specific conditions. User can reset their passwords through a new email based service. For two-factor authentication LemonLDAP enables the use of one time passwords (OTP) together with a Yubikey USB crypto key. The graphical interface can now be customized and includes several pre-made skins.

LemonLDAP::NG 1.1 can be used to enable single sign-on for web applications. The Apache module is written in Perl and is licensed under the GPL. LemonLDAP is used by French Public Administration and can scale up to 200.000 users.


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