Single Sign-On (SSO)

Learn how to set up Single Sign-On (SSO) with Debricked through an Identity Provider of your choice.

Keep in mind that this feature is currently only available for SCA Enterprise customers.

This article details the general configuration with an Identity Provider to facilitate SSO with Debricked. For details regarding integrations with specific providers, see:

Integrating your Single Sign-On provider with Debricked allows for a more streamlined user experience, simplifying user management and enhancing security. You can authenticate with your SSO provider to access our tool, eliminating the need to create and remember separate login credentials. This integration also helps to ensure that access to the Debricked tool is only granted to authorized users, as authentication is handled by the SSO provider.

To be able to complete the integration, upgrade to the Enterprise tier and get in touch with our support team at

Set up SSO using Open ID Connect (OIDC)

Using OIDC requires an exchange of parameters between your company and Debricked. To set up the integration at your Identity Provider, you need to enter the following parameters:


Callback/Redirect URI

Sign-out redirect URI

IdP Initiated URI (if supported by provider)

OAuth Grant Type

Authorization code

To complete the integration we will require the following the following information::

  • Issuer URL (the URL used to fetch OIDC information)

  • Email Domains (the email domains which will be designated to your organization)

  • Client ID (identifier of the Debricked integration)

  • Client secret (secret to authorize the integration, also provided when installing the integration in your IdP)

You can forward it to us by either:

  • getting in touch with our support team at

  • submitting the configuration data through an API endpoint at

Log in to Debricked using SSO

Once the integration is completed, you can log in to Debricked by clicking on the Login with company SSO button on the login page.

In the next step, fill your email address, and complete the authentication with your SSO provider.

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