LDAP client library - .NET Standard 1.3/2.0/2.1 and .NET5 - compatible .NET platforms: .NET5, .NET Core >= 1.0, .NET Framework >= 4.6, Universal Windows Platform, Xamarin. Works with any LDAP server (including Microsoft Active Directory - AD)
The most comprehensive .NET Library for HashiCorp's Vault which is a modern secret management system.
* VaultSharp supports all Auth methods, all Secrets Engines and most System Apis supported by Vault.
* VaultSharp has first class support for Consul and Enterpise Vault APIs etc.
LDAP client library for .NET Standard 2.0: .NET Core, .NET Framework 4.6, Universal Windows Platform, Xamarin (iOS, Android, UWP). Works with any LDAP server (including Microsoft Active Directory - AD)
Library of .NET functions, extensions and components including asynchronous processing queues, configuration APIs, diagnostics, error handling, console functions, adapter framework, active directory and local account functions, checksum algorithms, unit conversion, binary parsing, cron-style task...
CryptSharp provides a number of password crypt algorithms - BCrypt, LDAP, MD5 (and Apache's htpasswd variant), PHPass (WordPress, phpBB, Drupal), SHA256, SHA512, and Traditional and Extended DES. Additionally it includes Blowfish, SCrypt, and PBKDF2 for any HMAC (.NET's built-in PBKDF2...
DevLib is a highly reusable collection of components and core functionalities addressing common crosscutting concerns. It provides a comprehensive set of features that save development time, minimize costs, reduce the use of precious test...
LDAP Libraries for C# enables you to write applications that access, manage, and update information stored in Novell eDirectory™ or other LDAP-aware directories.
These classes are based on the IETF LDAP Java Application Program Interface.
A component to manage users and user data via a repository class. It can handle complex property structures and is also able to divide user properties in different contexts. The component has a default implementation for SQL Server (in nJupiter.DataAccess.Users.Sql) but can also be tied to an LDAP...