Set up SSO with Endor Labs

Set up SAML or OIDC single sign on for Endor Labs with in your organization.

Single Sign-On (SSO) provides a seamless sign-in by enabling users to access external applications and services without re-entering the credentials. Endor Labs supports SAML or OIDC-based identity providers.

SAML is an XML-based protocol used for exchanging authentication and authorization data between applications.

OpenID Connect (OIDC) is an identity layer on top of the OAuth 2.0 framework that allows applications to verify the identity and claims of users.

Using Endor Labs, you can integrate using an Identity Provider (IdP) that supports SAML or OIDC, such as Okta, Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS), Azure Active Directory (AD), Google, or OneLogin.

To integrate an SSO-based identity provider with Endor Labs:

Keep Service Provider (Endor Labs) details handy

To configure Endor Labs as a SAML 2.0 app, you must have the following service provider details:

  • Single sign-on URL: This is the API endpoint of the application, where your identity provider redirects the user after successful authentication. You have to enter https://api.endorlabs.com/v1/auth/saml-callback?tenant=yourtenant Replace yourtenant with your actual tenant name.
  • Audience URI: This is a globally unique name for the service provider. You have to enter https://api.endorlabs.com/v1/auth/sso

To configure Endor Labs as an OIDC app, you must have the following service provider details:

  • Sign-in redirect URIs: This is the API endpoint of the application, where your identity provider redirects the user after successful authentication. You have to enter: https://api.endorlabs.com/v1/auth/oidc/callback
  • Sign-out redirect URIs: This is the API endpoint of the application, where your identity provider redirects the user after successful logout. You have to enter: https://api.endorlabs.com/v1/auth/oidc/logout

Retrieve Setup information from your IdP

The following information is needed for SAML and OIDC configuration setup in Endor Labs.

Setup information for SAML Authentication

To set up SAML SSO with Endor Labs you will need the following information from your IdP:

  • Sign-On URL: The SAML SSO remote sign-in URL of IdP.
  • Issuer: The unique ID of IdP for Endor Labs.
  • Signing Certificate: The public key certificate of your IdP.

Setup Information for OIDC Authentication

To set up OIDC SSO with Endor Labs you will need the following information from your IdP:

  • Identity Provider Discovery URL: The OIDC discovery URL of your identity provider.
  • Client Key: The unique key of IdP for Endor Labs.
  • Client Secret: The secret key of your IdP for Endor Labs.
  • Required Claims and Scopes: The required claims and scopes if non-standard for your OIDC connection.

Configure SAML in Endor Labs

Provide the Identity Provider SSO details in Endor Labs and allow users to seamlessly and securely sign in to Endor Labs.

  1. Sign in to Endor Labs.
  2. From the sidebar, navigate to Settings and click CUSTOM IDENTITY PROVIDER.
  3. Select the TYPE OF IDENTITY PROVIDER as SAML.
  4. Enter a name for your IDENTITY PROVIDER NAME.
  5. From METADATA DEFINITION, select Metadata URL and enter the SAML Identity provider metadata URL or Discovery URL from your IdP.
  6. If you want to enter the identity provider details manually, choose METADATA DEFINITION as Manual and enter the following details that you saved from IdP.
  • DISCOVERY URL: Enter Sign-On URL from IdP.
  • ISSUER: Enter Issuer from IdP.
  • ATTRIBUTES: Enter your attributes such as email, groups, and so on. Type the values and press enter.
  • CERTIFICATE: Enter the Signing Certificate from IdP.
  1. Click Save Configuration.

Configure OIDC in Endor Labs

Provide the following Identity Provider SSO details to configure OIDC SSO in Endor Labs and allow users to seamlessly and securely sign in to Endor Labs.

  1. Sign in to Endor Labs.
  2. From the sidebar, navigate to Settings and click CUSTOM IDENTITY PROVIDER.
  3. Select the TYPE OF IDENTITY PROVIDER as OIDC.
  4. Enter the IDENTITY PROVIDER NAME for your selected identity provider.
  5. Under DISCOVERY URL enter your discovery URL. This is usually your Okta domain followed by /.well-known/
  1. openid-configuration. For example, https://endorlabs.okta.com/.well-known/openid-configuration.
  1. Enter your Client ID and Client Secret from your IdP.
  2. Under Advanced Configuration enter the following scopes in the scopes section: email, groups, profile. Make sure to hit enter after each to add each attribute.
  3. If you are configuring group-based authentication ensure to add groups in the Claim Names section.
  4. Click Save Configuration.

Note: Based on your IdP configuration you may need additional claim names or scopes. Consult your IdP administrator for additional guidance.

Configure your Authorization Policy

Once you’ve configured your custom identity provider in Endor Labs you must setup an authorization policy for your users and groups.

To configure an authorization policy:

  1. Sign in to Endor Labs.
  2. From the sidebar, navigate to Settings and click Auth Policy.
  3. Click the Add Auth Policy button.
  4. Enter the name you selected for your custom identity provider as your identity provider.
  5. Select the permissions you’d like to assign your user or group.
  6. Under claims update your Key. Use email to assign individual users via email or groups to assign a user by group.
  7. Assign the value to the key as the email of the user or group you would like to authorize. This value is case-sensitive.
  8. Repeat as needed for any additional users or groups.

Verify Sign-in

Use the user account to sign in to Endor Labs from your IdP and validate the SSO integration.

  1. Sign in to IdP as a user.
  2. Navigate to https://app.endorlabs.com
  3. Click Login with Enterprise SSO
  4. Enter the namespace you’d like to sign in to within Endor Labs.

For Okta-specific instructions, see SSO using Okta


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