Privacy-friendly alternative to Login with Facebook

SimpleLogin is built for privacy-conscious site owners and protects your users identity. Open-source, Developer-first, SimpleLogin can be integrated in minutes.

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Identity provider that respects your users privacy.

It's time to ditch Login with Facebook.

Easy integration

Painless setup. Default config to facilite our life (e.g. localhost is whitelisted by default 🥳). Start now and launch in the next hour.

100% open-source

Built upon open-source technology, all SimpleLogin components are also open-source.

No tracking

Using SimpleLogin shows that you care about your users privacy.

Follow the standard

SimpleLogin implements OAuth2/OpenID Connect, the industry standard for login solution and is fully compatible with any OAuth2/OpenID Connect library.


<button onclick="simpleLogin()">
    Login with SimpleLogin
</button>

<!-- Include SimpleLogin JS SDK -->
<script src="https://simplelogin.io/sdk/sdk.js"></script>
                    

SL.init("quickstart"); // Your SimpleLogin AppID

function simpleLogin() {
    SL.login(function(user){
        // This is where you log user in :)
        console.log("SimpleLogin user", user);
    });
}
                    

import requests_oauthlib, os

# Your SimpleLogin AppID, AppSecret
CLIENT_ID = os.environ.get("CLIENT_ID")
CLIENT_SECRET = os.environ.get("CLIENT_SECRET")

@app.route("/login")
def login():
    sl = requests_oauthlib.OAuth2Session(
        CLIENT_ID,
        redirect_uri="http://localhost:5000/callback"
    )
    redirect_url, _ = sl.authorization_url(
        "https://app.simplelogin.io/oauth2/authorize"
    )

    return flask.redirect(redirect_url)


@app.route("/callback")
def callback():
    sl = requests_oauthlib.OAuth2Session(CLIENT_ID)
    sl.fetch_token(
        "https://app.simplelogin.io/oauth2/token",
        client_secret=CLIENT_SECRET,
        authorization_response=flask.request.url
    )

    user_info = sl.get("https://app.simplelogin.io/oauth2/userinfo").json()
    print(user_info["email"], user_info["name"], user_info["avatar_url"])
    return "Welcome " + user_info["name"]
                    

# Based on social-auth-app-django library
pip install git+ssh://git@github.com/simple-login/social-core.git@sl
                    

# settings.py
AUTHENTICATION_BACKENDS = [
    'social_core.backends.simplelogin.SimpleLoginOAuth2',
    'django.contrib.auth.backends.ModelBackend',
]

SOCIAL_AUTH_SIMPLELOGIN_KEY = 'YOUR_APP_ID'
SOCIAL_AUTH_SIMPLELOGIN_SECRET = 'YOUR_APP_SECRET'

                    

<!-- In your login template -->
<a href="{% url 'social:begin' 'simplelogin' %}">Login with SimpleLogin</a>
                    

                            // config SimpleLogin OIDC
passport.use('SimpleLogin', new OidcStrategy({
    issuer: 'https://app.simplelogin.io',
    authorizationURL: 'https://app.simplelogin.io/oauth2/authorize',
    tokenURL: 'https://app.simplelogin.io/oauth2/token',
    userInfoURL: 'https://app.simplelogin.io/oauth2/userinfo',
    clientID: process.env.CLIENT_ID, // SimpleLogin AppId
    clientSecret: process.env.CLIENT_SECRET, // SimpleLogin AppSecret
    callbackURL: process.env.URL + '/authorization-code/callback',
    scope: 'openid profile'
}, (issuer, sub, profile, accessToken, refreshToken, done) => {
    return done(null, profile);
}));

// show user info
app.use('/profile', (req, res) => {
    console.log("user:", req);
    res.render('profile', {
        title: 'User Info',
        user: req.user._json
    });
});
                    
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Created by developer for developer

SimpleLogin is compatible with all Oauth2/OpenID Connect libraries.

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Python (Flask)
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Python (Django)
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NodeJS (Passport.js)
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Client-side javascript
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ReactJS, VueJS Coming soon

As a software engineer, I like SimpleLogin concept and its streamlined development experience.
There are some solutions with a similar purpose, but none of them is transparent for users. Or simple enough for developers to integrate.
Finally, a service that makes people conscious about PRIVACY. And helps developers bring trust to their brand identity in a SIMPLE way.

Trung NGUYEN

Software Engineer, Docker

Frequently asked questions

Do you know that Facebook and Google use these buttons to track your users browsing history so that they can provide more personalized ads?

As SimpleLogin isn't fueled by advertising and gives users total control over their data, we don't have any incentive to utilize your user data.

All SimpleLogin code is fully open-source on Github

Anyone can freely audit the code or setup their own SimpleLogin server.

SimpleLogin revenue is based on a transparent and sustainable model that allows us to have a privacy-first and tracker-free product.

Yes absolutely! We started with the web platform simply because they can be used for mobile app as well via a Android WebView or IOS UIWebView.

We plan to provide a SDK and some examples for Android, iOS, Windows quite soon. Stay tuned!