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Disappearing identity providers pose problemNetworkWorld.comHe recently commented upon an issue that may arise more and more in the future as identity providers (specifically OpenID Identity Providers) disappear. ...Photo Challenge: Upload your tailgating photos from the SU/Maine game!The Post-Standard - Syracuse.comall 2 news articles »
Sound Off: Your Thoughts On Tonight's Episode Of 'RAW'Wrestling Inc.We will soon be requiring all users to login (using their Disqus, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo! or OpenID account) to post in our 'Comments' section.and more »
Webmonkey (blog)Does OAuth's Complexity Alienate Small Apps?Webmonkey (blog)... and it's still a moving target — as evidenced by initiatives like OpenID Connect and step2, which extend OAuth by adding in elements from OpenID. ...
Wave to Demonstrate Uses of Intel(R) Core(TM) vPro(TM) Processors for Secure ...MarketWatch (press release)As an OpenID credential is bound to the user's PC, the user gains the ease of access of a universal single sign-on for account creation and persistent ...and more »
Sound Off: Your Thoughts On John Cena's 'Legendary'Wrestling Inc.We will soon be requiring all users to login (using their Disqus, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo! or OpenID account) to post in our 'Comments' section.
Sound Off: Your Thoughts On Tonight's Episode Of 'WWE SmackDown!'Wrestling Inc.We will soon be requiring all users to login (using their Disqus, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo! or OpenID account) to post in our 'Comments' section.and more »
UberGizmo (blog)Yahoo Users Can Now Open a Google Account With OpenIDWired NewsGoogle is now letting any Yahoo users sign in to Google using OpenID, the company announced Tuesday. If you're a Yahoo user and ...Google invites Yahoo users to log into services via OpenIDArs TechnicaGoogle Ready To Slurp Up More Yahoo Users With OpenID Sign-UpsTechCrunchGoogle Enables OpenID Sign-Ups for Yahoo UsersSoftpediaWebProNews (blog) -Search Engine Journal -The Next Weball 63 news articles »
Vox shuts down, users can migrate to TypePad, Posterous or WordpressDownloadsquad (blog)If you've been using Vox for your OpenID signin, that will be supported until September 30, and then TypePad will handle it. A spokesperson for Six Apart ...Six Apart Shuts Down VoxWired Newsall 9 news articles »
PR Web (press release)Ironworks Consulting Redesigns and Rebuilds American Cancer Society WebsitePR Web (press release)An OpenID “single sign-on” solution included in the infrastructure called “ACS Account”. This provides the capability for constituents to have a unified ...and more »
VMware Makes Its Move Up the Stack - Microsoft in its SightsReadWriteWeb (blog)TriCipher provides OpenID services with MyOneLogin. In March, we wrote about how OpenID will transform the enterprise ecosystem. The acquisition proves how ...and more »
A mini-project I'm working on. It currently supports OpenID 2.0 authentication on the Windows Phone 7 platform. Source code: github.com
An end to end demonstration on Windows that covers the creation of a self signed certificate, association with a WebID, and utilization for authentication across various data spaces without username and password based authentication.
Silent screencast showing power of WebID protocol via IE on Windows. Note, I made my X509 Certificate + Private Key on Windows using the OpenLink X509 Cert. Generator Wizard, then saved the Public Key Data into my ODS Data Space.
Complete demonstration covering the use of Safari to achieve the following: 1. Create a WebID 2. Persist Public Key Components to Profile Data Space 3. Use of WebID against OpenID based Data Spaces (StackOverflow and Identi.ca).
Demonstrates Single-Sign-On without Username and Password challenges across different Data Spaces on the Web.
Imagine being able to use one set of details to log into lots of different websites. OpenID is a service that offers just this for any website that uses the technology. Essentially an OpenID is a very long weblink that acts as both your username and password. Because the link is so long, some OpenID providers offer a more tradition username and password approach, which we'll also demonstrate. Read the full article at www.computeractive.co.uk/2240656
Here we show a bookmarklet that detects rel-payment links and allows us to make payments with the OpenTransact protocol
Demonstration of simple web payments using OpenID and OpenTransact.
Google I/O 2010 - OpenID-based single sign on and OAuth data access for Google Apps Enterprise, Google APIs 201 Ryan Boyd, David Primmer A discussion of all the auth tangles you've encountered so far -- OpenID, SSO, 2-Legged OAuth, 3-Legged OAuth, and Hybrid OAuth. We'll show you when and where to use the APIs, code some example apps, and demonstrate how they all integrate with Google APIs and other developer products. We'll also talk about how these technologies relate to apps sold on the Google Apps Marketplace. For all I/O 2010 sessions, please go to code.google.com
Simple demonstration to show what's wrong. Please note, that webapp shown is in early testing - hence the minimal design.
Supercharge your phpfox social network.
Presentation by Adam Rogal at the AdWords API Hack Day in NYC.
Watch this video to know, how to use your yiid as an openID.
If you're not a member of iSocial yet and are bored of user registration processes, then you can make use of your Open ID registered with any OpenID service providers. Owing to the advantages and importance of OpenID, many large organizations like Facebook, MySpace, Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, AOL, Blogger, Technorati, etc. have begun providing OpenID services. All you have to do is register with one of these OpenID service providers. Visit openid.net to get your openID from any Open ID servicer of your choice. Unlike a typical login form with fields for the user name and password, the OpenID login form has only one field - for the OpenID identifier. On click of a small OpenID logo , iSocial will get you to the OpenID login page. Just type your OpenID identifier into the corresponding field to get access to the site developed using isocial.
iSocial Openid Login
How to sign into GS with OpenID
From the talk "What an 'RP' (OpenID Relying Party) Wants, Part II"
From the talk "What an 'RP' (OpenID Relying Party) Wants, Part II"
Michael Plasmeier and Reed Dame introduce you to OpenID, a federated authentication system that might be in your future. (12:31) 911.tecker.net Michael Plasmeier, Reed Dame - Hosts; Michael Plasmeier - Writer; Michael Gdovin - Camera; Michael Plasmeier - Editor; Michael Plasmeier - Producer
myOneLogin provides strong 2-factor authentication security to Google Apps OpenID
In this PhiveCast, Mark looks at OpenID, which is a shared identity service across many sites on the web. Today he links Facebook to Google to eliminate one less password to enter! Remember, it's always phive minutes or less. More free screencasts can be found at www.phivecast.com.
Linux Journal's Shawn Powers shows you how to set up your OpenID on his favorite OpenID site, so you can login to sites that support it.
Dion Hinchcliffe interviews Chris Messina (OpenId Foundation) at TamTamy's booth - web20live.tamtamy.com
...love the service, including its convenience and its increased ability to protect your privacy. So, where do you fall on the OpenID like / dislike spectrum? Do you use it and appreciate it, or does its implementation limit and confuse you? Let me know in the...
Open Source Software
an openid consumer is implemented inside OpenUGAI's login service
The Apex Corporation was based on the of OpenID. This is an explanation by Simon on OpenID and how it works. Bear in mind, The Apex Corporation's Open ID project was for forums only. Official Site:- http://openid.net/ More info:- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OpenID Other sites:- https://www.idselector.com/ http://claimid.com/ https://www.myopenid.com/
...and providers a visual indication that the page you’re on is indeed the page where your password can be safely entered. An OpenID provider is involved in every act of authentication that its users perform. This has significant privacy implications, as the...
Creative Commons Blog
Sep OpenId on GPhone
www.silverstripe.com www.openid.net Demo of how to use SilverStripe and OpenID with browser certificates to speed up the process of logging into a website. It also dramatically secures the process, as no passwords are entered anywhere. How to setup client-side SSL certificates: http://joel.franusic.com/How-to-set-up-a-client-side-SSL-certificate-on-myopenid How to configure SilverStripe and OpenID: http://www.silverstripe.com/google-summer-of-code-fruit-10-openid-support/
...to https://login.live-int.com/beta/ManageOpenID.srf to set up your OpenID test alias. At any Web site that supports OpenID 2.0, type openid.live-INT.com in the OpenID login box to sign in to that site by means of your Windows Live ID OpenID alias. Certainly,...
In Part 4, Russell and Erika summarize OpenSocial, OpenID, FOAF, OpenSource, Data Portability and Social Graph and how it applies to your business DNA and Social Media Ecology.
Russell Wright of Theme Zoom shares his business views on OpenSocial, OpenID, FOAF, OpenSource, Data Portability and Social Graph Overview
Erika of Technology Goddess shares part 2 of the series on OpenSocial, OpenID, FOAF, OpenSource, Data Portability and Social Graph.
Erika of Technology Goddess and Theme Zoom covers an overview of OpenSocial, OpenID, FOAF, Social Graph and Data Portability.
How to associate an OpenID and a Google account to an existing Passpack account.
Sign in with Open ID process at Anamo.eu
http://kaecy.us I'm rather skeptical about this, because, quite frankly, Myspace is owned by Newscorp, which owns Fox and runs all these predator stories. Putting their faith in an open standard doesn't seem to gel with me. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/7521002.stm
http://live.besttechie.net - OpenID is a decentralized opensource platform which allows people to create services to provide users with a single login/ID for the web. While I feel the platform has a lot of potential I do have some concerns regarding security and standardization of services/functionality.