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LSC now embeddable

After many times thinking to do it, I’ve just published an embedded sample of the LSC inside a third party webapp. You will find at the following location a primary version of the documentation : http://lsc-project.org/wiki/documentation/2.0/development/embedding and the sample code … Continue reading

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LinSecure, a software vault, CSPN certified

For my previous company, I design and manage the build of a software vault for storing gaming data according to the French regulatory requirements: ARJEL. This software has been audited and is now certified by the French security agency (ANSSI).

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LSC moving from OpenDS to OpenDJ

Because OpenDS is dead and OpenDJ is the new leading Java directory server, LSC has moved to embed it as sample and test directory server. To achieve this, it’s was quite simple : Install a OpenDJ 2.4.3 full distribution Upgrade … Continue reading

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LSC 2.0 call for test

The documentation is completing, the automated tests are now restored and nightly build published ! Volunteers are welcome for a intensive testing phase for the new 2.0 LSC release. Download it from the repo or from the files section of our … Continue reading

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From RMLL 2011

Here you will find the presentation of the Ldap Synchronization Project and especially the 2.0 version presented by Jonathan and myself : http://www.slideshare.net/sbahloul/ldap-synchronization-connector-2011rmll Latest 2.0 snapshot is available there.

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Ludovic Poitou presenting OpenAM

OpenAM and the universal gateway have been presented by the ForgeRock Project Manager, Ludovic Poitou at RMLL 2011 :

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Rebirth of this blog

After 6 months of downtime, I’m pleased to restart my blog to post info and links about OSS IAM and Security. I’ll repost lastest news that were on my previous blog soon (thanks to Internet Archive 🙂

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