Single Sign On (SSO) with Auth0

Single Sign On (SSO) occurs when a user logs in to one application and is then signed in to other applications automatically, regardless of the platform, technology, or domain the user is using.

The Hosted Login Page is the easiest and most secure way to implement SSO with Auth0. If you need to use embedded Lock or an embedded custom authentication UI in your application, check out the Cross-Origin Authentication page for information on safely conducting SSO.

In This Section

Introduction to Single Sign On with Auth0

A brief introduction to Single Sign On (SSO) and an overview of how SSO works with Auth0.

Set Up Single Sign On with Auth0

Tutorial on implementing Single Sign On (SSO) with Auth0.

Client-Side SSO on Single Page Applications

Tutorial on implementing client-side SSO on single page applications.

Single Sign On Integrations

Overview of Auth0 Single Sign On (SSO) Integrations.

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