This extension enables security testers to view, decode, and modify SAML Authentication requests and test IdP's response to their manipulations.
Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) is used in many single sign-on (SSO) implementations, which authenticate the user once to access several Service Providers (SP). When a user tries to access a SP, it redirects the user to an Identification Provider (IdP) and adds "SAML authentication request" to the redirection request, to which the user is authenticated according.
The extension supports the following features:
- Decodes SAML authentication requests, whether compressed in the URL (HTTP Redirection Binding) or not compressed in POST body (HTTP POST Binding).
- Displays the decoded SAML authentication request in Proxy Intercept, Proxy History and Repeater tabs.
|Last updated||06 February 2017|
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