Log users in against their accounts in a Ruby on Rails application.
This plugin provides a variable way to use LDAP services for authentication and role synchronization.
A plugin that allows the use of an external database (MySQL, PostgreSQL, or MSSQL) for authentication into wordpress. Supports various password hashi
You can now allow visitors to log in with their FriendConnect ID, and leave a comment with that same ID or override wordpress comments system and repl
Authenticate against an LDAP server
Authenticate users using Sun's Open Single Sign On service.
This plug-in adds a `Login with MySpaceID' button to the login page.
Authenticates users through LDAP.
This plugin protects your registration, login and comment forms against spambots with a simple math question.
Plugin to integrate WordPress or WordPressMU with existing CAS architectures. Based largely on Stephen Schwink's CAS Authentication plugin.
This plugin provides Enigform Secure Login support for WordPress. Works in similar way to HTTP Authentication by dwc.
VidoopConnect makes it easier than ever to sign up and login to your site by letting your visitors reuse their existing accounts from sites like Googl
Authenticates wordpress users on Open LDAP.
Fill the (entire) page with a login screen if the user is not connected, else add a little widget that can replace the meta one.
The Rails Integration_API plugin enables single sign-on between a Rails application and any number of WordPress installations.
Permit access to your blog only to the logged in users
Have your blog run off the user table of another blog, in the same database.
Feed Key adds a 32bit (or 40bit) key for each of your users, creating a unique feed url for every registered on user the site. This allows you to rest
With this plugin you can manage of WordPress users via Google Apps.
Authenticates users through Active Directory.
Instantly requires that users be logged in to visit your site. Also serves as a good base for expansion. No interface, just activate and go! Requires
A login alternative to OpenID, designed for blogs and anything else you can think of!
Allow OpenID based commenters to add their thoughts via comments on your WordPress blog. This plugin is not an OpenID server.
The Login Warning Banner plugin for WordPress allows an administrator to create a custom, pre-authentication, warning header and message. The plugin