HTTP Authenticator for Confluence
An HTTP authenticator for Confluence, formerly known as the Confluence Shibboleth Authenticator
Authenticate via HTTP
Your SSO authenticates the user and either sets an environment variable in the request or an HTTP header and we use that as the authenticated user. The strategy to use is configurable.
Auth locally, if you must
Local authentication can still work, or not. You decide.
Manage group membership
Very configurable, including the ability to manage groups/roles, if you only want a subset of groups to reside in the Confluence user repository, something that is of interest to larger organizations and universities.
Privacy and security