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Single Sign On (SSO) for Wordpress
miniOrange provides a ready to use solution for Wordpress. This solution ensures that you are ready to roll out secure access to your Wordpress site within minutes.

Note : The information contained on this page does not create a joint venture, partnership, agency or other form of association, or an express or implied license grant by either party to the other under any patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret or other intellectual property right.


miniOrange provides secure access to Wordpress for enterprises and full control over access of applications, Single Sign On (SSO) into Wordpress with one set of login credentials.

miniOrange SAML Single Sign on (SSO) plugin acts as a SAML Service Provider which can be configured to establish the trust between the plugin and a SAML capable Identity Providers to securely authenticate the user to the WordPress site.

If you want WordPress to acts as a SAML Identity Provider and single sign on into various SAML supported Service Providers to securely authenticate the user using the WordPress site then you need to use WordPress as IDP plugin. Click here to know more about WordPress as IDP plugin.

Licensing Plans



$249 *Cost applicable for one instance only.

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$449 *Cost applicable for one instance only.

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(Multiple IDP and MultiNetwork Support)

$499 *Cost applicable for one instance only.

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Unlimited Authentications
Basic Attribute Mapping (Username, Email, First Name, Last Name,Display Name)
Widget,Shortcode to add IDP Login Link on your site
Step-by-step guide to setup IDP
Auto-Redirect to IDP from login page
Protect your complete site (Auto-Redirect to IDP from any page)
Change SP base Url and SP Entity ID
Options to select SAML Request binding type
SAML Single Logout
Integrated Windows Authentication (supported with AD FS)
Customized Role Mapping
Auto-sync IdP Configuration from metadata
Custom Attribute Mapping (Any attribute which is stored in user-meta table)
Store Multiple IdP Certificates
Custom SP Certificate
Multi-Site Support **
Sub-site specific SSO for Multisite
Multiple IDP's Supported***
Multi-Network SSO Support***
Add-Ons Purchase Separately Purchase Separately Included
Buddypress Attribute Mapping Add-On Contact Us Contact Us
Page Restriction Add-On Contact Us Contact Us

*Cost applicable for one instance only. Licenses are perpetual and the purchase price along with support plan includes 12 months of maintenance (support and version updates). You can renew maintenance after 12 months at 50% of the current purchase price.

**This feature has a separate licensing and plugin. Please select the Multisite option on the payment page while upgrading.

***This feature has a separate licensing and plugin. Please select Upgrade Now for Multisite Network Environment button for upgrading.

If you have any doubts regarding the licensing plans, you can mail us at info@xecurify.com or submit a query using this support form

Here are the Step by Step Guides for different Identity Providers for Wordpress.

ADFSClick Here
Azure ADClick Here
BitiumClick Here
CentrifyClick Here
G SuiteClick Here
Jboss Keycloak Click Here
OktaClick Here
OneLoginClick Here
SalesforceClick Here
AWS CognitoClick Here
miniOrange On-Premise IDP Click Here

Follow the Step-by-Step Guide given below for Wordpress Single Sign On (SSO) using SAML

Step 1: Download and Install the plugin in Wordpress

Step 2: Register for the plugin(Without Registration you can't proceed further)

Step 3:Configure the plugin.

After filling these fields Click On SAVE button to save the details.

Step 4:Click on Test configuration button and the User Details would be fetched.

Step 5:Go to Attribute Mapping Tab And fill in all the fields.

Step 6:Role mapping(It is Optional to fill this)

Step 7:SSO Login Settings

There are different ways to login to your Wordpress Website: