An LDAP server that allows you to connect your legacy applications with Auth0 using the LDAP protocol.
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README.md

Auth0 LDAP Endpoint

An LDAP server that allows you to connect your legacy applications with Auth0 using the LDAP protocol.

Supported Features

  • Bind
  • Search (on email address only)

Before Getting Started

In the config.json file set the following values:

  • AUTH0_DOMAIN: Your Auth0 domain (fabrikam.auth0.com)
  • AUTH0_CLIENT_ID : Your Auth0 Client Id
  • AUTH0_API_TOKEN : Token for the Management API with read:users permission (used for search)
  • LDAP_PORT: Port on which the LDAP server will listen
  • LDAP_ADMIN_USER: The DN of the user that is allowed to do a search. Format: CN=ADMIN_EMAIL_ADDRESS,OU=AUTH0_CONNECTION_NAME (eg: CN=admin@fabrikam.com,OU=Username-Password-Authentication)

Usage

Install Node.js 5+, then start the server:

npm install
node index

This will start the LDAP server and allow users to bind and search.

Example

The examples/test-client.js script is a small sample that shows the supported features like bind and search:

node test-client.js

Bind success.
Searching for: {
  "filter": "(email=sandrino@auth0.com)",
  "scope": "sub",
  "attributes": [
    "dn",
    "sn",
    "cn"
  ]
}
Found: {"dn":"cn=sandrino@auth0.com, ou=Username-Password-Authentication","controls":[],"cn":"sandrino@auth0.com"}
Found: {"dn":"cn=sandrino@auth0.com, ou=google-oauth2","controls":[],"cn":"sandrino@auth0.com"}
Search Done. Status: 0

Issue Reporting

If you have found a bug or if you have a feature request, please report them at this repository issues section. Please do not report security vulnerabilities on the public GitHub issue tracker. The Responsible Disclosure Program details the procedure for disclosing security issues.

Author

Auth0

License

This project is licensed under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.