The OpenID Connect plugin provides single-sign-on functionality using configurable identity providers.
SAML done 100% in moodle, fast, simple, secure
Provides email-based self-registration with admin confirmation instead of user confirmation.
Sign-in with an Oauth2 provider. The first time you sign-in, a new account is created.
This authentication plug-in prevents that each one Moodle user has more than one active session simultaneously.
Moodle authentication plugin which provides all functionality of auth_ldap, but supports advanced features for the LDAP synchronization task and LDAP authentication.
Log in to Moodle using one time user key based login URL. Auth plugin for organising simple SSO (single sign on) between moodle and your external web application.
This plugin lets you integrate Moodle and Joomla platforms.
This Authentication plugin automatically assigns users into cohorts based on information in their user profile fields.
SAML Authentication plugin based on the simplesamlphp software. (Also install the SAML Enrolment plugin if you want auto-enrol based on SAML)
This auth plugin combines the best of both email based signup and self enrolment keys into a streamlined process making it much faster for students to get into a course. For the student it saves around 9-10 clicks and avoids context switching between a browser and their email client where they can become easily become disengaged or run into issues if their email is unavailable.
A plugin to manage outage periods, such as scheduled maintenance, including CLI tools to embed in your scripting.
Enable services and users to authenticate using basic auth.
Allows sysadmin to force redirection to certain pages upon login or logout.
The Sebsoft Anti Hammering Authentication Plugin offers you the possibility to prevent hammering your login system. This plugin can be configured to "smart detect" so called hammering on IP basis or for users in general.
LenAuth is a plugin for easy OAuth authorize methods via social networks: Facebook, Google, Yahoo, Twitter, VK, Yandex, Mail.Ru. Easy integrate methods to Moodle theme and a lot of settings.
Auto assign parents, mentors or managers a role to users based on a custom profile field.
Authentication using exists SimpleSAMLphp Service Provider
Two-factor authentication method. Using Google Authentication mobile app
A CAS (SSO) authentication module for Moodle that uses released attributes rather than LDAP for user information.
Provides session based SSO (Single Sign On) service between Moodle and Drupal. As well as user synchronization capability to import and update users from the Drupal user database. This work is based off the original work of Scott Schaffter and Arsham Skrenes and their module from moodle 1.9 https://moodle.org/mod/data/view.php?d=13&rid=4240&filter=1
Updated! This plugin gives you an easy way of letting your users login through their Facebook, Twitter, Google, LinkedIn and VKontakte (New!) accounts.
Automatically creates Moodle accounts and authenticates user identities via SAML from the OneLogin.com service. http://support.onelogin.com/entries/20508233-configuring-saml-for-moodle2
WordPress OAuth 1.0a three legged authentication for Moodle 3.1+
This plugin allow a user not logout when this user has loginas. It's useful to developers and main administrators.
This authentication plugin helps to manage manual accounts being accessed only by the list of restricted IPs.
This is the authentication part of the LinkedIn auth plugin. A Linkedin Block provides the user interface for this plugin
Password Expire Authentication plugin
This plugin allows Moodle users to access content on the e-learning platform MUMIE without having to register a new account or to login. MUMIE Single Sign On is not meant to be used as a standalone but in combination with MUMIE Task (https://github.com/integral-learning/moodle-mod_mumie). Together, these two plugins allow the integration of MUMIE content into your Moodle courses.
This is a plugin that makes Moodle an Identity Provider site: other application can use Moodle as a login portal. Requires SimpleSAMLphp, configured as IdP: https://simplesamlphp.org/docs/stable/simplesamlphp-idp.