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  • OpenID Loses Major Proponent, StackOverflow

    OpenID has lost one of its largest proponents. Stack Exchange, the company behind StackOverflow and other Q&A websites, will be completely eliminating support for OpenID on July 25, 2018. This continues a long running trend of websites eliminating OpenID from their offerings.

  • Google Introduces Smart Lock for Passwords

    Google has announced at I/O 2015 the Google Identity Platform, a collection of tools and APIs for managing identities and dealing with authentication and authorization across Android, iOS and web applications.

  • Katana Gets OpenIDConnect, WSFederation Components

    Katana 3, now close to GA, comes with new security components providing OpenIDConnect and WSFederation support.

  • Tune Up Your Online Privacy with Clef

    Clef is like a retina scan for your smart phone, which gives a whole new meaning to Retina Display. You can use Clef as an Open ID to log in from your smart phone only once to access many different web sites when online. Rather than typing in your user ID and password for each web site.

  • Is OpenID Living Up to Our Expectations?

    OpenID has promised to simplify the user authentication process across multiple websites, but some complain it has actually created more problems. 37signals, an early supporter of OpenID, has announced the decision to stop using it across its products. Is OpenID delivering what it promised?

  • Presentation: Security (CAS and OpenID) with Ruby

    In this presentation from QCon SF 2007, Justin Gehtland explains two open solutions to distributed identity and their Rails integration components: the OpenID system (using ruby-openid) and CAS (using rubycas-client).

  • What Social Networks Are Teaching Us About Data Portability

    As more social networking sites are popping up, the questions around the data they keep are rising. Data portability has become the watch phrase across the Web 2.0 world. Is there something to be learned about data access and portability from these services?

  • In Case You Missed It: A .NET OpenID Library

    For those of you looking at using OpenID, there is a .NET compatible library available. The Library was written in Boo, a .NET language inspired by Python. It also leverages a library from the Mono project.

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