PGP SSO Public Key

The GoodData public PGP key that was valid until May 20, 2020, expired and is no longer accepted.

Click to expand
-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Version: GnuPG v2.0.14 (GNU/Linux)
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=
=TX2T
-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----


Contents:

What PGP SSO is

The PGP SSO implementation is a custom proprietary implementation provided by GoodData (see GoodData PGP Single Sign-On). This implementation is based on the PGP keypair exchange. It allows your application to sign in an existing GoodData user. The authentication is done not by username and password but by generating a session-specific token using a pair of PGP keys.

Depending on your current situation and use case, the GoodData PGP SSO is sometimes easier to implement than SAML SSO.

Are you affected?

If you are affected if you use the GoodData PGP SSO login implementation (see GoodData PGP Single Sign-On).

Action required

Download the new public PGP key and update the key on your side.

You can also download the new PGP key from the following articles:

What happens if you have not updated the key

You cannot log in to the GoodData platform via SSO.

Need help?

If you have questions, contact GoodData Support.