Written by Okta, Inc.
1. With the Okta Browser Plugin you can: • Automatically sign in to your business and personal apps with just one click • Add your own apps into Okta • Quickly generate strong, random passwords on the fly for all your apps • Easily access your Okta dashboard apps and tabs • Seamlessly and securely switch between multiple Okta accounts You need an Okta account to use the Okta Browser Plugin.
Latest Version: 5.43.0
What does Okta Extension App do? Okta Browser Plugin protects your passwords and securely logs you into all your business and personal apps.
The world's largest organizations and over 100 million people rely on Okta to connect to apps inside and outside of their organization knowing that their credentials are protected.
With the Okta Browser Plugin you can:
• Automatically sign in to your business and personal apps with just one click
• Add your own apps into Okta
• Quickly generate strong, random passwords on the fly for all your apps
• Easily access your Okta dashboard apps and tabs
• Seamlessly and securely switch between multiple Okta accounts
You need an Okta account to use the Okta Browser Plugin. If you cannot access your Okta account via Okta Browser Plugin, please contact your IT admin.
Use the following link to learn about the most recent version changes: https://help.okta.com/en/prod/Content/Topics/Settings/Version_Histories/Ver_History_Browser_Plugin.htm
Download and Install Okta Extension App
Okta Extension App
Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.
If you want to download the software on your pc or mac, you could either first visit the Mac store or Windows AppStore and search for the app OR you can easily use any of the download links we provided above under the "Download and Install" header section to download the application
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Works perfect! Could use polish.
Hey Okta, thanks for keeping up the great work. :) This icon isn't retina as was the old icon from web DL. Easy fix for that? Update: Okta responded, which is sweet - and let me know they would fix icon in safari back to retina. *Update 2: The icon is still a blurry circle. ;) Update 3. It's Retina baby! I'd also like to add a feature request. Chrome version has keyboard shortcut for extension, does Safari allow for this as well? if so lets do it! :) Update 3. Still looking for a hotkey combo (e.g., CMD shift O) for all us Safari fans.
What is this app doing?
My company uses Okta for single sign on, which is fine. But in order to use the app portal, it basically forces you to use this plug in.
What exactly does the plug in do? in addition to its apparent end user functionality, what else is it doing? does it log web data? are employers using it to snoop into employee browsing activity? is it sucking data and sending it anywhere?
many people work at home, some people live in europe, it seems like an extension like this could run afoul of privacy concerns pretty quickly. it would be nice to have a statement from Okta on this.
Broken in the latest release.
The Okta plugin was auto-updated yesterday at some time. And now it fails to load. I've tried restarting it several times; but it just flashes briefly in my toolbar and disappears. And I'm now locked out of several applications for which our security team requires the plugin, versus the web portal.
Seriously, for a tool so important to many companies security and workflow, such lax QA is VERY dissapointing.
I was able to fix this myself by uninstalling the plugin entirely, rebooting my MacBook, and reinstalling Okta. So, looks like this isn't a full-up faulty build, but a glitched install script somewhere. In any event, all is now well, so back up to 4 stars.
Apple Watch experience takes another step back
You complicated the terminology on the Apple Watch prompt. Yes/No was as clean and simple as it could've been... now you're prompting with "Yes, it's me" (non-standard acceptance prompt)? So you increased cognitive load for what reason? For a service that most users experience begrudgingly due to their corporate security, minimal and non-disruptive should be the goal. Our entire UX team got sidetracked in a meeting and spent 10 minutes discussing "Okta's new clumsy Apple Watch button labels". C'mon, guys.