Murphy's Law: Unfolding the Future of the Social Web with OpenID

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Kv30HANNAH

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bkkissel

For anyone looking to accept OpenID registration and login from Yahoo, Google, AOL, Facebook, Flickr, Blogger, etc. or Facebook Connect and Microsoft LiveID there's a free offering from JanRain called RPX (http://rpxnow.com).

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jtimberman

But most provider still authenticate users via a password. This is only as strong and secure as the password chosen, and most people don't use strong passwords.

I like myopenid.com for uh, my OpenID because it supports using a client SSL certificate to authenticate. 

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smashingpumpin

Free "Cloud" login storage? Thanks, but i'll pass... Looks like good news to hackers/spammers though. IMO, you're better off using Keepass on an encrypted thumbrive which you stash inside your drawers afterwards (furniture not clothing lol).

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he's pwning with a trackpad? oh really? oh reheheheeally?

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MAXPCreader07

If only forums used OpenID, then I wouldn't have to create so many damn accounts.

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EvilRusk

Isn't this what microsoft tried with Windows Passport? I thought that was ace but I still haven't found anywhere that actually uses it! It's all about information management. The forums want your info, OpenID and Windows Passport act as a barrier to them getting it so they don't use it! Makes sense from an advertising point of view.

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