By: Doug Harris user 30 Apr 2020 at 7:42 a.m. CDT

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## Expected Behaviour As per the [spec]( "OPs supporting HTTP-based logout need to keep track of the set of logged-in RPs so that they know what RPs to contact at their logout URIs to cause them to log out." oXauth should keep track of this information until either: a) the session is explicitly ended by calling the end_session endpoint, or b) the sessionIdLifetime expires. ## Actual Behaviour oxAauth loses track of the set of logged-in RPs if a re-authentication is performed as a result of receiving an authentication request specifying prompt=login, or max-age=n where n has expired. ## Steps to Reproduce 1. Log in from RP 1 2. Log in from RP 2 with prompt=login 3. Call the end_session endpoint 4. oxAuth produces a logout propagation page containing an iFrame for RP2, but not for RP1.

By Michael Schwartz staff 30 Apr 2020 at 8:50 a.m. CDT

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Good feedback. We'll confirm this on our side and open an issue in the oxAuth github if we can confirm.

By Michael Schwartz staff 05 May 2020 at 12:29 p.m. CDT

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We have confirmed the issue. I moved it verbatim to Github [oxauth-1341]( We will try to get a fix in for version 4.2. OIDF also missed this use case in their [logout coformance profile](!