Add Passage as an OAuth2.0 Provider to your Auth0 Login



Passage works as an identity provider for Auth0. Passage will be used to authenticate and authorize users from the Auth0 user directory.


  • Application Login URI

    • In some scenarios Passage will need to redirect to your application's login page. This URI needs to point to a route in your application that redirects to your /authorize endpoint .

  • Allowed Logout URLs

    • A set of URLs that are valid redirect locations after a successful Passage logout.

To enable Passage as the provider to your Auth0 application, flip the custom connection to the "Applications" tab and follow the steps below.

You will need to take several values from your Passage app and add them to your Auth0 app. From your Passage app's settings in the Passage console, you will need your userInfo URL, authorization URL, token URL, and client id. You can learn more about these values in our OIDC Client Configuration Guide.

Set the Authorization URL and Token URL.

Set the Authorized scopes. Currently, the scopes supported by Passage are:

openid email phone

Set the Client ID.

Copy your UserInfo URL from the Passage Console OIDC Settings page and use it in the code snippet below - add this snippet in the "Fetch User Profile Script" section

Add the following code snippet to the "Fetch User Profile Script" section.

Change the {USERINFO_URL_HERE} to your UserInfo URL.

function fetchUserProfile(accessToken, context, callback) {
      // Set userInfo URL here
      url: {USERINFO_URL_HERE},
      headers: {
        'Authorization': 'Bearer ' + accessToken,
    (err, resp, body) => {
      if (err) {
        return callback(err);

      if (resp.statusCode !== 200) {
        return callback(new Error(body));

      let bodyParsed;
      try {
        bodyParsed = JSON.parse(body);
      } catch (jsonError) {
        return callback(new Error(body));

      const profile = {
        user_id: `${bodyParsed.sub}`,
        email: `${}`,
        email_verified: `${bodyParsed.email_verified}`,
        phone: `${bodyParsed.phone_number}`,
        phone_verified: `${bodyParsed.phone_number_verified}`

      callback(null, profile);

Click "Test Connection"

A successful connection will show a screen similar to below. 🎉

Passage Callback URL

Now that you have configured Auth0, users will be directed to the Passage hosted login page for authentication. The final step, is setting the callback URL in your Auth0 app to redirect users back to the correct URL when Passage authentication is complete.

Within your Passage OIDC app settings, you need to define the Allowed callback URLS. For Auth0, the callback URL will be the following url. The Auth0 domain can be found in your Auth0 application page.


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