CriiptoDOCS
  1. e-IDs
  2. Swedish BankID

JWT/Token example

{
"identityscheme": "sebankid",
Overall eID used to authenticate
"nameidentifier": "1373c272b61a4cb588b29c44883fe62f",
Legacy format of 'sub'
"sub": "{1373c272-b61a-4cb5-88b2-9c44883fe62f}",
Persistent pseudonym. Uniquely identifies an eID user (per Criipto Verify tenant)
"ssn": "196802020575",
Social security number
"name": "Terne Paulsen",
"given_name": "Terne",
"family_name": "Paulsen",
"ipaddress": "77.241.128.160",
"country": "SE"
}

Test users

Swedish BankID test users are created at the demo web site.

For more information on how to configure your device for test and setup test users: Get a test BankID

Note that, as is also described on the website, using test BankID users does require a reconfiguration of the BankID application. This means it cannot be used for real BankID. So if you are Swedish and already have BankID on your phone, you may want to use a spare phone for testing.

Ordering Swedish BankID

To start accepting real users with Swedish BankID, you must first request a certificate to identify your organization.

Criipto acts as a reseller for Swedbank, which means that you will have to go through a simple approval process with Swedbank. The process is managed by Criipto.

To order the actual certificate simply download this form and return a filled out copy to support@criipto.com

Next steps

After Criipto has received the filled out form, we send it to Swedbank where it will be reviewed and typically approved within a few business days.

Once your organization and your intended use of BankID has been approved we will create and install the actual certificate in your Criipto tenant. and you will be ready to continue the process in the getting ready for production guide.