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Integrating Okta using OIDC to enable Single Sign On (SSO)
This document describes the sequence of steps to enable Single-Sign On for the Bolster Platform. We currently support the following SSO integration Option: Okta OIDC (Open ID Connect)Step 1: Create Okta App for Bolster PlatformTask 1: Launch the WizardIn the Admin Console, go to Applications > Applications.Click Create
If you are a Bolster Platform user, then you know how powerful it is to have clearly-defined and repeatable processes. Great processes empower the security team to work together effortlessly and easily identify infringements to your brand in real time. But truly effective process are hard to come by, currently
Playbook API Connector
The Playbook API connector allows you to define custom HTTP requests which will deliver your playbook data to any destination system of your choice. This document is an overview of the potential use cases and a walkthrough of how to use the playbooks API connector. Use casesThe playbooks API connector
URL Construction and Typosquat Variants
We understand that creating a typosquat domain is often the first step for bad actors in their plans to ensnare your unsuspecting prospects and customers and wreaking havoc on your business. We try to find the different variants used by these bad actors and display it under a fairly new
Integrating Azure AD using SAML to enable Single Sign On (SSO)
The Bolster platform supports Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) 2.0 to enable Single Sign On (SSO) for user access. The steps below are meant to highlight how to perform this type of integration with Azure Active Directory (AD). Step 1: Create Active Directory SAML App following this tutorial Perform
The Bolster Dashboard (Web)
High-Level Statistics BarPlatform top banner consists of various metrics which are mentioned below also called High-level Statistics Bar. Monitored Domain Variants: Number of unregistered domains Bolster is monitoringMonitored TLDs: Number of Top-Level Domains (.com, .net., etc.) being monitored across the internetMonitored Registered Domains: All domains that Bolster is monitoring with
Integrating Okta using SAML to enable Single Sign On (SSO)
This document describes the sequence of steps to enable Single-Sign On for the Bolster Platform. We currently support the following SSO integration Option: OKTA SAML 2.0Step 1: Create Okta App for Bolster PlatformTask 1: Launch the WizardIn the Admin Console, go to Applications > Applications.Click Create App Integration.