Validating id

Check the IDToken Validator Java Docs to see what other constructors are available.

Once the validator is setup use is very simple: // Parse the ID token JWT id Token = JWTParser.parse(id Token String); // Set the expected nonce, leave null if none Nonce expected Nonce = new Nonce("xyz..."); // or null IDToken Claims Set claims; try catch (Bad JOSEException e) catch (JOSEException e) println("Logged in user " Subject()); If you’re looking for a great library that integrates all of the above for your favourite Java app framework - take a look at Pac4j and its Open ID Connect guide.

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Posted 2015-12-07 ID tokens are used in Open ID Connect to sign in users into client apps. Like identity cards, they contain a number of attributes, or claims.

These are protected with a digital signature, or message authentication code (MAC), to ensure the token’s integrity and authenticity.

ID tokens carry the following claims: for the app with the Open ID Provider.

The expected JWS algorithm for securing the ID tokens issued to the client.

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As part of the IRS efforts to protect taxpayers, the e-signature validation change mostly affects those taxpayers who have used tax software in the past but are changing software brands in 2017.

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