Tag Archives: OpenID

REST assured, OAuth security

I have been investigating REST oriented workflow in a secure environment for the past couple of months. I covered OpenID a few months ago which is perfect for allowing for a kind of single sign on (SSO) in a web … Continue reading

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How Not to use OpenID

See my previous post on Web 2.1: How OpenID will rescue Web 2.0 where I wax lyrical on how great it will be when I can have a single ID and use it everywhere. Well, I still think it is … Continue reading

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Web 2.1: How OpenID will rescue Web 2.0

I am a self acknowledged “Site Registration Hater” (SRH). I hate registering at web sites. The whole concept behind Web 2.0 is collaboration: the content comes from individual contributors and we build the web together. But every single place where … Continue reading

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