Kerberos authentication and FishEye


I have some issues with Fisheye. I know that JIRA, Stash and Confluence are able to use Active Directory (AD) using Kerberos however Fisheye doesnt seem to support it. Using Crowd, all four products are compatible but not with Kerberos.

Question I would like to ask is:

  1. Is there some method for Fisheye to use Kerberos Authentication?
  2. If not is there an API library that we can use to use Kerberos?
  3. If both are not available is there any alternative work around?

Thank you


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Bruno Vincent Community Champion Jan 19, 2016


You might want to take a look at the IWAAC (Integrated Windows Authentication for Apps using Crowd) plugin:

IWAAC now officially supports Kerberos authentication for FishEye and Crucible. The official documentation is available on this page:

Best regards,


@Seung Wook Lee

Today we have released our Kerberos Plugins for Bamboo and Fisheye/Crucible.

Our Kerberos Plugins now covers JIRA, Confluence, Bitbucket, Bamboo and Fisheye/Crucible


If you have any questions at all feel free to send us an email at



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