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NAM SP SAML - security implications of not signing assertion


What are the security considerations/implications if you have NAM IDP
setup as an SP (ie: You've configured a Trusted IDP in NAM, so
therefore the NAM IDP is a consumer/SP) and you do not:
a) require signed assertions
and
b) You do not sign auth requests

And you are using HTTP Post/binding methods?

Does that mean that the http stuff could be intercepted and hacked?


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