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A Library which helps you to integrate BrowserID into your Web Application.

Go through Demo application to see how it is done

Try the hosted demo application -

How to Use BrowserID in ASP.NET MVC Application

  1. Install NBrowserID if you haven't done it. In the Package Manager console type

    Install-Package NBrowserID
  2. Include the BrowserID javascript( into your master page or in the view

  3. Add a login button link to your view

  4. Hook into its click event and invoke "" method with a call back function


    $('#login').click(function () {
  5. In the call back function, pass the assertion back to the MVC application

    E.g. the below code will post the assertion to LogOn method on the AccountController

    function gotVerifiedEmail(assertion) {
            // got an assertion, now send it up to the server for verification
            if (assertion !== null) {
                            type: 'POST',
                            url: '/Account/LogOn',
                            data: { assertion: assertion },
            success: function (res, status, xhr) {
                if (res != null) {
                    // Login is successful and verification is completed. Update the UI
            error: function (res, status, xhr) {
                alert("login failure" + res);
  6. In the server side, verify the assertion that is received using the NBrowserID library. If the verification is successful, mark the user as logged in


    public ActionResult LogOn(string assertion)
            var authentication = new BrowserIDAuthentication();
            var verificationResult = authentication.Verify(assertion);
            if (verificationResult.IsVerified)
                    string email = verificationResult.Email;
                    FormsAuthentication.SetAuthCookie(email, false);
                    return Json(new { email });
            return Json(null);


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