Identity Providers Supported by Auth0

Auth0 is an identity hub that supports many authentication providers using various protocols: OAuth2, WS-Federation, etc. Auth0 supports Social, Enterprise, Database and Passwordless connections.

Social

Auth0 supports the following social providers out of the box. You can also use any OAuth2 Authorization Server.


Google

Facebook

LinkedIn

Instagram

SoundCloud

Salesforce

Github

Twitter

Amazon Web Services

PayPal

WordPress

Microsoft Account

Generic OAuth2 Provider

Fitbit

Yahoo!

Basecamp

AOL Reader

Auth0 OpenIDConnect

Baidu

Bitbucket

Box

Dropbox

Dwolla

Evernote

Exact

Goodreads

miiCard

Planning Center

RenRen

Shopify

The City

vKontakte

Weibo

Yammer

Yandex

Enterprise


ADFS

Active Directory

Azure Active Directory

Azure Active Directory Native

Google Apps

IP Address Authentication

LDAP

Office 365 (Deprecated)

PingFederate

SAML-P

SharePoint Apps

WS-Federation

Database and Custom Connections

Auth0 provides database connections to authenticate users with an email or username and a password and securely store these credentials in the Auth0 user store, or in your own database. See Database Connections for the full documentation.

Passwordless

Full documentation on Passwordless authentication can be found at the links below:

Additional Information

Auth0 sits between your app and the identity provider that authenticates your users. Through this level of abstraction, Auth0 keeps your app isolated from any changes to and idiosyncrasies of each provider's implementation. In addition, Auth0's normalized user profile simplifies user management.

Note: The relationship between Auth0 and any of these authentication providers is referred to a 'connection'.

Auth0 is a multi-tenant service. When you register with Auth0, you get your own namespace (YOUR_NAMESPACE). Many of these identity providers require registration and you will need to provide a return url. This will always be:

https://YOUR_NAMESPACE/login/callback

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