An example Apache configuration snippet where a request for a specific URL triggers a SAML request with LoA 2.
The LoA identifier (
http://surfconext.nl/assurance/loa2) in the example below
is specific for the Production environment! , the Test and Pilot environments use different identifiers.
ShibRequestSetting requireSession 1
Example Below is an example
of the resulting subset of environment variables :
that are set by the Shibboleth SP. You can use these for authorisation purposes in your application.
Note that a LoA2 authentication was requested, yet the user was authenticated at LoA3.
You can only rely on the value of Shib-Authentication-Method or Shib-AuthnContext-Class when Shib-Identity-Provider is indeed the EnityID that of the SURFsecureID IdP. For Production that is
https://sa-gw.surfconext.nl/authentication/metadata, the other environments use different EntityIDs.
Note that when your shibboleth trusts other IdPs (e.g.
https://engine.surfconext.nl/authentication/idp/metadata) in addition to the SURFsecureID IdP. Shibboleth will by default accept unsolicited assertions (also known as IdP-initiaded SSO). This means that an IdP can login without the SP having first created an authentication request. We recommend that you always verify that the EnityID of the IdP is the one you expect for each authentication, e.g. by verifying the value of