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3068321 - Outbound SSO migration to SHA-256 (Authorized SP Assertion Consumer Service Settings)

Symptom

We are planning to retire SHA-1 signing mechanism for SAML exchange between BizX Generic IdP  and downstream applications in favor of SHA-256 for better security by end of year 2021. (Planned date)

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What is Involved

There are Assertion Consumer Service entries in customer provisioning setting and each is meant for the integration with a downstream application (internal/partner/third party). This mechanism was using SHA-1 which should be changed to SHA-256 in the future.

Towards this, we have introduced Application Name (for better identification) and a flag to indicate whether the integration is using SHA-256 signing mechanism. If the flag is not checked, then by default SHA-1 is used. In addition, we have provided a link to download SuccessFactors IdP metadata for SHA-256. The URL is in the format: https://<DC_URL>/idp/samlmetadata?company=<company_id>&cert=sha2


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Environment

SAP SuccessFactors HXM Suite

Keywords

SHA256 Outbound SSO SF-IDP SuccessFactors native IdP , KBA , LOD-SF-PLT-PRV , Provisioning Changes , LOD-SF-PLT-SAM , SAML SSO First Time Setup , LOD-SF-PLT-SEL , SSO Errors & Logs , LOD-SF-JAM-INT , Integration with SF BizX , LOD-SF-LMS-INT , Integrations with BizX , How To

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