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A method to refresh the pages once one of them passed the Single Sign On verification

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000246952D
Publication Date: 2016-Jul-18
Document File: 7 page(s) / 112K

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Abstract

The disclosure discloses a method to refresh all browser sessions connecting to the same single sign on(SSO) website, when user logon in one of these sessions. With this disclosure users don't need to revisit the original link after they do the logon action, which gives better user experience even if the websites don't refresh themselves well enough.

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A method to refresh the pages once one of them passed the Single Sign On verification

Nowadays more and more website use single sign on(SSO) technology to allow user only sign on one time, when try to access their kinds of resources/services rather than log on every time. This method gives a better experience. But if we open several pages before sign on, there's a problem. When you sign on one of the pages, the other pages will still on the sign on page rather than refreshing to the expected destination pages. Even worse, you can't get to the expected page by refresh it, and only what you can do is to find the link you click and re-click it again.

The following scenario to illustrate the problem

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In this disclosure we try to claim the method which will automatically refresh the pages once one of them passed the Single Sign On verification. Including the following architecture.

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The follow char is as following.

1. A tab of browser is opened and try to access an expected URL(Uniform Resource Locator) by link our by input directly
2. The URL is changed/redirected to a URL to authentication
3. Analyze the new URL changed/redirected to is an SSO or not by analyzing the URL(e.g. like xxxx.sso.xxx.com or sso.xxxx.com), or analyzing the page, e.g. contains user name & password field to enter
4. Record the table as

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5. Once user log on in tab01 for example. The URL of tab01 will be changed from sso url to the expe...