Token Authentication

This is an optional endpoint for token-based authentication.

An example usecase would be logging in the user by a link sent to their email.

Consider the following specs in designing your token authentication endpoint:

URLanything
MethodPOST
HeadersContent-Type, Signature
FormatJSON
AttributeTypeRequired
tokenstringYes
ipstringNo
CodeDescription
200Success
401Unauthorized
400Signature/Input validation Failed

SSOfy utilizes the HTTP Status code to verify the result.

The response must be of the type Auth Response and include the user object.

📌 Info

Since the authentication is a step before the authorization, it's a good idea to send SSOfy only the user information that is required to be displayed on the login page, such as the user's display name and profile (optional).

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