• r

    rp

    9 months ago
    We don’t have any comparison written about authentik. So we will have to research it ourselves first. That may take a few days
  • l

    LonnieTC

    9 months ago
    Thanks for getting back to me on this and I will look into the information that you suggest. Have a great weekend. 🙂
  • r

    rp

    9 months ago
    To you too! Thanks
  • l

    LonnieTC

    9 months ago
    Hi All, Is there any examples using ST that would demonstrate the idea of letting someone register and then receive a type of token that could be used as an API key? I'm trying to see if something could be done with ST instead of having to figure out something from scratch in Golang. I want to allow for API keys to validate user actions when the contact a server that I have setup. Maybe ST is the wrong tool for this job, but wanted to check with you to see if you had any suggestions or ideas on a good solution. Thanks in advance and have a great day.
  • l

    LonnieTC

    9 months ago
    Just a note, I do not need something as heavy or advanced as an API Gateway server since the only that happens here is the user API key is logged in an SQL server with some additional information that will be sent with the message. The API key is just to validate that the user is real.
  • l

    LonnieTC

    9 months ago
    Hi All, I have been researching more and it seems that what I need is a simple Golang Micro-service that I can use with SuperTokens for the authenticator. Now I will dig around to see what I can find with this in mind. Cheers and have a great day.
  • r

    rp

    9 months ago
    Hi @LonnieTC will this API key be used from the frontend to query the backend? Or will it be used for server to server communication?
  • Camilo

    Camilo

    9 months ago
    Hey y’all, does anyone know if there is support/plans for machine to machine authentication?
  • r

    rp

    9 months ago
    What kinds of m2m auth are you looking for?
  • Camilo

    Camilo

    9 months ago
    Something similar to auth0 m2m where you can register a “machine” and create JWT tokens for them with scopes etc. The scenario would be to authenticate a CLI