0.63.4 (2024-07-10)#

Security notice#

  • The __str__() method of the SocialToken model returned the access token. As a consequence, logging or printing tokens otherwise would expose the access token. Now, the method no longer returns the token. If you want to log/print tokens, you will now have to explicitly log the token field of the SocialToken instance.

  • Enumeration prevention: the behavior on the outside of an actual signup versus a signup where the user already existed was not fully identical, fixed.

0.63.3 (2024-05-31)#

Note worthy changes#

  • In HEADLESS_ONLY mode, the /accounts/<provider>/login/ URLs were still available, fixed.

  • The few remaining OAuth 1.0 providers were not compatible with headless mode, fixed.

  • Depending on where you placed the secure_admin_login(admin.site.login) protection you could run into circular import errors, fixed.

Backwards incompatible changes#

  • SAML: IdP initiated SSO is disabled by default, see security notice below.

Security notice#

  • SAML: RelayState was used to keep track of whether or not the login flow was IdP or SP initiated. As RelayState is a separate field, not part of the SAMLResponse payload, it is not signed and thereby making the SAML login flow vulnerable to CSRF/replay attacks. Now, InResponseTo is used instead, addressing the issue for SP initiated SSO flows. IdP initiated SSO remains inherently insecure, by design. For that reason, it is now disabled by default. If you need to support IdP initiated SSO, you will need to opt-in to that by adding "reject_idp_initiated_sso": False to your advanced SAML provider settings.

0.63.2 (2024-05-24)#

Note worthy changes#

  • allauth.headless now supports the is_open_for_signup() adapter method. In case signup is closed, a 403 is returned during signup.

  • Connecting a third-party account in HEADLESS_ONLY mode failed if the connections view could not be reversed, fixed.

  • In case a headless attempt was made to connect a third-party account that was already connected to a different account, no error was communicated to the frontend. Fixed.

  • When the headless provider signup endpoint was called while that flow was not pending, a crash would occur. This has been fixed to return a 409 (conflict).

  • Microsoft provider: the URLs pointing to the login and graph API are now configurable via the app settings.

0.63.1 (2024-05-17)#

Note worthy changes#

  • When only allauth.account was installed, you could run into an exception stating “allauth.socialaccount not installed, yet its models are imported.”. This has been fixed.

  • When SOCIALACCOUNT_EMAIL_AUTHENTICATION was turned on, and a user would connect a third-party account for which email authentication would kick in, the connect was implicitly skipped. Fixed.

  • The recommendation from the documentation to protect the Django admin login could cause an infinite redirect loop in case of AUTHENTICATED_LOGIN_REDIRECTS. A decorator secure_admin_login() is now offered out of the box to ensure that the Django admin is properly secured by allauth (e.g. rate limits, 2FA).

  • Subpackages from the tests package were packaged, fixed.

0.63.0 (2024-05-14)#

Note worthy changes#

  • New providers: TikTok, Lichess.

  • Starting since version 0.62.0, new email addresses are always stored as lower case. In this version, we take the final step and also convert existing data to lower case, alter the database indices and perform lookups accordingly. Migrations are in place. For rationale, see the note about email case sensitivity in the documentation.

  • An official API for single-page and mobile application support is now available, via the new allauth.headless app.

  • Added support for a honeypot field on the signup form. Real users do not see the field and therefore leave it empty. When bots do fill out the field account creation is silently skipped.

0.62.1 (2024-04-24)#

  • The tests package was accidentally packaged, fixed.

0.62.0 (2024-04-22)#

Note worthy changes#

  • Added a dummy provider, useful for testing purposes: allauth.socialaccount.providers.dummy.

  • Added a new provider, Atlassian

  • Next URL handling been streamlined to be consistently applied. Previously, the password reset, change and email confirmation views only supported the success_url class-level property.

  • Added support for logging in by email using a special code, also known as “Magic Code Login”

  • Email addresses are now always stored as lower case. For rationale, see the note about email case sensitivity in the documentation.

  • You can now alter the state parameter that is typically passed to the provider by overriding the new generate_state_param() adapter method.

  • The URLs were not “hackable”. For example, while /accounts/login/ is valid /accounts/ was not. Similarly, /accounts/social/connections/ was valid, but /accounts/social/ resulted in a 404. This has been addressed. Now, /accounts/ redirects to the login or email management page, depending on whether or not the user is authenticated. All /accounts/social/* URLs are now below /accounts/3rdparty/*, where /accounts/social/connections is moved to the top-level /accounts/3rdparty/. The old endpoints still work as redirects are in place.

  • Added a new setting, SOCIALACCOUNT_ONLY, which when set to True, disables all functionality with respect to local accounts.

  • The OAuth2 handshake was not working properly in case of SESSION_COOKIE_SAMESITE = "Strict", fixed.

  • Facebook: the default Graph API version is now v19.0.

Backwards incompatible changes#

  • The django-allauth required dependencies are now more fine grained. If you do not use any of the social account functionality, a pip install django-allauth will, e.g., no longer pull in dependencies for handling JWT. If you are using social account functionality, install using pip install "django-allauth[socialaccount]". That will install the dependencies covering most common providers. If you are using the Steam provider, install using pip install django-allauth[socialaccount,steam].

0.61.1 (2024-02-09)#


  • Fixed a RuntimeWarning that could occur when running inside an async environment ('SyncToAsync' was never awaited).

Security notice#

  • As part of the Google OAuth handshake, an ID token is obtained by direct machine to machine communication between the server running django-allauth and Google. Because of this direct communication, we are allowed to skip checking the token signature according to the OpenID Connect Core 1.0 specification. However, as django-allauth is used and built upon by third parties, this is an implementation detail with security implications that is easily overlooked. To mitigate potential issues, verifying the signature is now only skipped if it was django-allauth that actually fetched the access token.

0.61.0 (2024-02-07)#

Note worthy changes#

  • Added support for account related security notifications. When ACCOUNT_EMAIL_NOTIFICATIONS = True, email notifications such as “Your password was changed”, including information on user agent / IP address from where the change originated, will be emailed.

  • Google: Starting from 0.52.0, the id_token is being used for extracting user information. To accommodate for scenario’s where django-allauth is used in contexts where the id_token is not posted, the provider now looks up the required information from the /userinfo endpoint based on the access token if the id_token is absent.

Security notice#

  • MFA: It was possible to reuse a valid TOTP code within its time window. This has now been addressed. As a result, a user can now only login once per 30 seconds (MFA_TOTP_PERIOD).

Backwards incompatible changes#

  • The rate limit mechanism has received an update. Previously, when specifying e.g. "5/m" it was handled implicitly whether or not that limit was per IP, per user, or per action specific key. This has now been made explicit: "5/m/user" vs "5/m/ip" vs "5/m/key". Combinations are also supported now: "20/m/ip,5/m/key" . Additionally, the rate limit mechanism is now used throughout, including email confirmation cooldown as well as limitting failed login attempts. Therefore, the ACCOUNT_LOGIN_ATTEMPTS_LIMIT and ACCOUNT_EMAIL_CONFIRMATION_COOLDOWN settings are deprecated. See Rate Limits for details.

0.60.1 (2024-01-15)#


  • User sessions: after changing your password in case of ACCOUNT_LOGOUT_ON_PASSWORD_CHANGE = False, the list of sessions woud be empty instead of showing your current session.

  • SAML: accessing the SLS/ACS views using a GET request would result in a crash (500).

  • SAML: the login view did not obey the SOCIALACCOUNT_LOGIN_ON_GET = False setting.

Backwards incompatible changes#

  • Formally, email addresses are case sensitive because the local part (the part before the “@”) can be a case sensitive user name. To deal with this, workarounds have been in place for a long time that store email addresses in their original case, while performing lookups in a case insensitive style. This approach led to subtle bugs in upstream code, and also comes at a performance cost (__iexact lookups). The latter requires case insensitive index support, which not all databases support. Re-evaluating the approach in current times has led to the conclusion that the benefits do not outweigh the costs. Therefore, email addresses are now always stored as lower case, and migrations are in place to address existing records.

0.60.0 (2024-01-05)#

Note worthy changes#

  • Google One Tap Sign-In is now supported.

  • You can now more easily change the URL to redirect to after a successful password change/set via the newly introduced get_password_change_redirect_url() adapter method.

  • You can now configure the primary key of all models by configuring ALLAUTH_DEFAULT_AUTO_FIELD, for example to: "hashid_field.HashidAutoField".

Backwards incompatible changes#

  • You can now specify the URL path prefix that is used for all OpenID Connect providers using SOCIALACCOUNT_OPENID_CONNECT_URL_PREFIX. By default, it is set to "oidc", meaning, an OpenID Connect provider with provider ID foo uses /accounts/oidc/foo/login/ as its login URL. Set it to empty ("") to keep the previous URL structure (/accounts/foo/login/).

  • The SAML default attribute mapping for uid has been changed to only include urn:oasis:names:tc:SAML:attribute:subject-id. If the SAML response does not contain that, it will fallback to use NameID.

0.59.0 (2023-12-13)#

Note worthy changes#

  • The MFA authenticator model now features “created at” an “last used “at” timestamps.

  • The MFA authenticator model is now registered with the Django admin.

  • Added MFA signals emitted when authenticators are added, removed or (in case of recovery codes) reset.

  • There is now an MFA adapter method can_delete_authenticator(authenticator) available that can be used to prevent users from deactivating e.g. their TOTP authenticator.

  • Added a new app, user sessions, allowing users to view a list of all their active sessions, as well as offering a means to end these sessions.

  • A configurable timeout (SOCIALACCOUNT_REQUESTS_TIMEOUT) is now applied to all upstream requests.

  • Added a setting ACCOUNT_EMAIL_UNKNOWN_ACCOUNTS to disable sending of emails to unknown accounts.

  • You can now override the MFA forms via the MFA_FORMS setting.

Backwards incompatible changes#

  • The account adapter method should_send_confirmation_mail() signature changed. It now takes an extra signup (boolean) parameter.

  • Removed OAuth 1.0 based Bitbucket provider and LinkedIn provider.

0.58.2 (2023-11-06)#


  • Added rate limiting to the MFA login form.

0.58.1 (2023-10-29)#


  • Fixed missing {% load allauth %} in the login cancelled and verified email required template.

0.58.0 (2023-10-26)#

Note worthy changes#

  • The SocialAccount.extra_data field was a custom JSON field that used TextField as the underlying implementation. It was once needed because Django had no JSONField support. Now, this field is changed to use the official JSONField(). Migrations are in place.

  • Officially support Django 5.0.

  • In previous versions, users could never remove their primary email address. This is constraint is now relaxed. In case the email address is not required, for example, because the user logs in by username, removal of the email address is allowed.

  • Added a new setting ACCOUNT_REAUTHENTICATION_REQUIRED that, when enabled, requires the user to reauthenticate before changes (such as changing the primary email address, adding a new email address, etc.) can be performed.

Backwards incompatible changes#

  • Refactored the built-in templates, with the goal of being able to adjust the look and feel of the whole project by only overriding a few core templates. This approach allows you to achieve visual results fast, but is of course more limited compared to styling all templates yourself. If your project provided its own templates then this change will not affect anything, but if you rely on (some of) the built-in templates your project may be affected.

  • The Azure provider has been removed in favor of keeping the Microsoft provider. Both providers were targeting the same goal.

Security notice#

  • Facebook: Using the JS SDK flow, it was possible to post valid access tokens originating from other apps. Facebook user IDs are scoped per app. By default that user ID (not the email address) is used as key while authenticating. Therefore, such access tokens can not be abused by default. However, in case SOCIALACCOUNT_EMAIL_AUTHENTICATION was explicitly enabled for the Facebook provider, these tokens could be used to login.

0.57.0 (2023-09-24)#

Note worthy changes#

  • Added Django password validation help text to password1 on set/change/signup forms.

  • Microsoft: the tenant parameter can now be configured per app.

  • SAML: Added support for additional configuration parameters, such as contacts, and support for certificate rotation.

  • The enumeration prevention behavior at signup is now configurable. Whether or not enumeration can be prevented during signup depends on the email verification method. In case of mandatory verification, enumeration can be properly prevented because the case where an email address is already taken is indistinguishable from the case where it is not. However, in case of optional or disabled email verification, enumeration can only be prevented by allowing the signup to go through, resulting in multiple accounts sharing same email address (although only one of the accounts can ever have it verified). When enumeration is set to True, email address uniqueness takes precedence over enumeration prevention, and the issue of multiple accounts having the same email address will be avoided, thus leaking information. Set it to "strict" to allow for signups to go through.


  • Fixed ?next= URL handling in the SAML provider.

  • During 2FA, pending logins were incorrectly removed when e.g. Django was asked to serve a /favicon.ico URL.

0.56.1 (2023-09-08)#

Security notice#

  • ImmediateHttpResponse exceptions were not handled properly when raised inside adapter.pre_login(). If you relied on aborting the login using this mechanism, that would not work. Most notably, django-allauth-2fa uses this approach, resulting in 2FA not being triggered.

0.56.0 (2023-09-07)#

Note worthy changes#

  • Added builtin support for Two-Factor Authentication via the allauth.mfa app.

  • The fact that request is not available globally has left its mark on the code over the years. Some functions get explicitly passed a request, some do not, and some constructs have it available both as a parameter and as self.request. As having request available is essential, especially when trying to implement adapter hooks, the request has now been made globally available via:

    from allauth.core import context
  • Previously, SOCIALACCOUNT_STORE_TOKENS = True did not work when the social app was configured in the settings instead of in the database. Now, this functionality works regardless of how you configure the app.

Backwards incompatible changes#

  • Dropped support for Django 3.1.

  • The "allauth.account.middleware.AccountMiddleware" middleware is required to be present in your settings.MIDDLEWARE.

  • Starting from September 1st 2023, CERN upgraded their SSO to a standard OpenID Connect based solution. As a result, the previously builtin CERN provider is no longer needed and has been removed. Instead, use the regular OpenID Connect configuration:

        "openid_connect": {
            "APPS": [
                    "provider_id": "cern",
                    "name": "CERN",
                    "client_id": "<insert-id>",
                    "secret": "<insert-secret>",
                    "settings": {
                        "server_url": "https://auth.cern.ch/auth/realms/cern/.well-known/openid-configuration",
  • The Keycloak provider was added before the OpenID Connect functionality landed. Afterwards, the Keycloak implementation was refactored to reuse the regular OIDC provider. As this approach led to bugs (see 0.55.1), it was decided to remove the Keycloak implementation altogether. Instead, use the regular OpenID Connect configuration:

        "openid_connect": {
            "APPS": [
                    "provider_id": "keycloak",
                    "name": "Keycloak",
                    "client_id": "<insert-id>",
                    "secret": "<insert-secret>",
                    "settings": {
                        "server_url": "http://keycloak:8080/realms/master/.well-known/openid-configuration",

0.55.2 (2023-08-30)#


  • Email confirmation: An attribute error could occur when following invalid email confirmation links.

0.55.1 (2023-08-30)#


  • SAML: the lookup of the app (SocialApp) was working correctly for apps configured via the settings, but failed when the app was configured via the Django admin.

  • Keycloak: fixed reversal of the callback URL, which was reversed using "openid_connect_callback" instead of "keycloak_callback". Although the resulting URL is the same, it results in a NoReverseMatch error when allauth.socialaccount.providers.openid_connect is not present in INSTALLED_APPS.

0.55.0 (2023-08-22)#

Note worthy changes#

  • Introduced a new setting ACCOUNT_PASSWORD_RESET_TOKEN_GENERATOR that allows you to specify the token generator for password resets.

  • Dropped support for Django 2.x and 3.0.

  • Officially support Django 4.2.

  • New providers: Miro, Questrade

  • It is now possible to manage OpenID Connect providers via the Django admin. Simply add a SocialApp for each OpenID Connect provider.

  • There is now a new flow for changing the email address. When enabled (ACCOUNT_CHANGE_EMAIL), users are limited to having exactly one email address that they can change by adding a temporary second email address that, when verified, replaces the current email address.

  • Changed spelling from “e-mail” to “email”. Both are correct, however, the trend over the years has been towards the simpler and more streamlined form “email”.

  • Added support for SAML 2.0. Thanks to Dskrpt for sponsoring the development of this feature!

  • Fixed Twitter OAuth2 authentication by using basic auth and adding scope tweet.read.

  • Added (optional) support for authentication by email for social logins (see SOCIALACCOUNT_EMAIL_AUTHENTICATION).

Security notice#

  • Even with account enumeration prevention in place, it was possible for a user to infer whether or not a given account exists based by trying to add secondary email addresses . This has been fixed – see the note on backwards incompatible changes.

Backwards incompatible changes#

  • Data model changes: when ACCOUNT_UNIQUE_EMAIL=True (the default), there was a unique constraint on set on the email field of the EmailAddress model. This constraint has been relaxed, now there is a unique constraint on the combination of email and verified=True. Migrations are in place to automatically transition, but if you have a lot of accounts, you may need to take special care using CREATE INDEX CONCURRENTLY.

  • The method allauth.utils.email_address_exists() has been removed.

  • The Mozilla Persona provider has been removed. The project was shut down on November 30th 2016.

  • A large internal refactor has been performed to be able to add support for providers oferring one or more subproviders. This refactor has the following impact:

    • The provider registry methods get_list(), by_id() have been removed. The registry now only providers access to the provider classes, not the instances.

    • provider.get_app() has been removed – use provider.app instead.

    • SocialApp.objects.get_current() has been removed.

    • The SocialApp model now has additional fields provider_id, and settings.

    • The OpenID Connect provider SOCIALACCOUNT_PROVIDERS settings structure changed. Instead of the OpenID Connect specific SERVERS construct, it now uses the regular APPS approach. Please refer to the OpenID Connect provider documentation for details.

    • The Telegram provider settings structure, it now requires to app. Please refer to the Telegram provider documentation for details.

  • The Facebook provider loaded the Facebook connect sdk.js regardless of the value of the METHOD setting. To prevent tracking, now it only loads the Javascript if METHOD is explicitly set to "js_sdk".

0.54.0 (2023-03-31)#

Note worthy changes#

  • Dropped support for EOL Python versions (3.5, 3.6).

Security notice#

  • Even when account enumeration prevention was turned on, it was possible for an attacker to infer whether or not a given account exists based upon the response time of an authentication attempt. Fixed.

0.53.1 (2023-03-20)#

Note worthy changes#

  • Example base template was missing {% load i18n %}, fixed.

0.53.0 (2023-03-16)#

Note worthy changes#

  • You can now override the use of the UserTokenForm over at the PasswordResetFromKeyView by configuring ACCOUNT_FORMS["user_token"] to allow the change of the password reset token generator.

  • The Google API URLs are now configurable via the provider setting which enables use-cases such as overriding the endpoint during integration tests to talk to a mocked version of the API.

0.52.0 (2022-12-29)#

Note worthy changes#

  • Officially support Django 4.1.

  • New providers: OpenID Connect, Twitter (OAuth2), Wahoo, DingTalk.

  • Introduced a new provider setting OAUTH_PKCE_ENABLED that enables the PKCE-enhanced Authorization Code Flow for OAuth 2.0 providers.

  • When ACCOUNT_PREVENT_ENUMERATION is turned on, enumeration is now also prevented during signup, provided you are using mandatory email verification. There is a new email template (templates/account/email/acccount_already_exists_message.txt) that will be used in this scenario.

  • Updated URLs of Google’s endpoints to the latest version; removed a redundant userinfo call.

  • Fixed Pinterest provider on new api version.

0.51.0 (2022-06-07)#

Note worthy changes#

  • New providers: Snapchat, Hubspot, Pocket, Clever.

Security notice#

The reset password form is protected by rate limits. There is a limit per IP, and per email. In previous versions, the latter rate limit could be bypassed by changing the casing of the email address. Note that in that case, the former rate limit would still kick in.

0.50.0 (2022-03-25)#

Note worthy changes#

  • Fixed compatibility issue with setuptools 61.

  • New providers: Drip.

  • The Facebook API version now defaults to v13.0.

0.49.0 (2022-02-22)#

Note worthy changes#

  • New providers: LemonLDAP::NG.

  • Fixed SignupForm setting username and email attributes on the User class instead of a dummy user instance.

  • Email addresses POST’ed to the email management view (done in order to resend the confirmation email) were not properly validated. Yet, these email addresses were still added as secondary email addresses. Given the lack of proper validation, invalid email addresses could have entered the database.

  • New translations: Romanian.

Backwards incompatible changes#

  • The Microsoft tenant setting must now be specified using uppercase TENANT.

  • Changed naming of internal_reset_url_key attribute in allauth.account.views.PasswordResetFromKeyView to reset_url_key.

0.48.0 (2022-02-03)#

Note worthy changes#

  • New translations: Catalan, Bulgarian.

  • Introduced a new setting ACCOUNT_PREVENT_ENUMERATION that controls whether or not information is revealed about whether or not a user account exists. Warning: this is a work in progress, password reset is covered, yet, signing up is not.

  • The ACCOUNT_EMAIL_CONFIRMATION_COOLDOWN is now also respected when using HMAC based email confirmations. In earlier versions, users could trigger email verification mails without any limits.

  • Added builtin rate limiting (see ACCOUNT_RATE_LIMITS).

  • Added internal_reset_url_key attribute in allauth.account.views.PasswordResetFromKeyView which allows specifying a token parameter displayed as a component of password reset URLs.

  • It is now possible to use allauth without having sites installed. Whether or not sites is used affects the data models. For example, the social app model uses a many-to-many pointing to the sites model if the sites app is installed. Therefore, enabling or disabling sites is not something you can do on the fly.

  • The facebook provider no longer raises ImproperlyConfigured within {% providers_media_js %} when it is not configured.

Backwards incompatible changes#

  • The newly introduced ACCOUNT_PREVENT_ENUMERATION defaults to True impacting the current behavior of the password reset flow.

  • The newly introduced rate limiting is by default turned on. You will need to provide a 429.html template.

  • The default of SOCIALACCOUNT_STORE_TOKENS has been changed to False. Rationale is that storing sensitive information should be opt in, not opt out. If you were relying on this functionality without having it explicitly turned on, please add it to your settings.py.