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  • 1. Bootcamp Simon Willison David Recordon simonwillison.net davidrecordon.com simon@simonwillison.net drecordon@verisign.com OSCON July 24th, 2007
  • 2. Who are We? • David Recordon • VeriSign Employee since May of 2006 • OpenID Foundation Vice- Chair • Co-Author of various OpenID specifications • Past employee of Six Apart, where OpenID was created
  • 3. Who are We? • Simon Willison • Ex-Yahoo!, now freelance • “Europe’s first OpenID consultant” • Co-creator of the Django Web Framework
  • 4. The Plan • Basic concepts of OpenID • Hands on - Creating and using an OpenID • Adoption, history, and status • Security concerns • Break • Security solutions • Clever and creative hacks • OpenID in code • Q&A
  • 5. What is OpenID?
  • 6. OpenID is a decentralised mechanism for Single Sign On
  • 7. What problems does it solve?
  • 8. “Too many passwords!”
  • 9. “Someone else already grabbed my username”
  • 10. “My online profile is scattered across dozens of sites”
  • 11. What is an OpenID?
  • 12. An OpenID is a URI
  • 13. http://swillison.livejournal.com/
  • 14. http://simonw.myopenid.com/
  • 15. http://openid.aol.com/simonwillison/
  • 16. http://simonwillison.net/
  • 17. What can you do with an OpenID?
  • 18. You can claim that you own it
  • 19. You can prove that claim
  • 20. Why is that useful?
  • 21. You can use it for authentication
  • 22. “Who the heck are you?!” Login? Home | Main Schedule | Map | Mobile | About iCalico | Web 2.0 Expo Search Welcome to ExpoCal! Go Social calendaring for Web 2.0 Expo, April. 15-18, 2007. Build lists of interesting looking sessions, check out what your friends are going to see, or tag surf your way to serependity. My Schedule By Day You need to be logged in to keep a SUNDAY, APRIL 15, MONDAY, APRIL 16, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 2007 list of talks and sessions you are 2007 2007 2007 interested in attending. Popular Today Popular Today Popular Today Popular Today quot;Building Social quot;Conference Welcomequot; Tim quot;Mobile 2.0quot; Ajit Jaokar Mike quot;Welcomequot; Tim O'Reilly login | sign up Applicationsquot; Stowe Boyd O'Reilly McCue; Ilkka Raiskinen; quot;Jeff Weiner in Conversation quot;High Performance quot;A Conversation with Jeff Paola Tonelli with John Battellequot; Jeff Webpagesquot; Steve Bezosquot; Jeffrey P. Bezos quot;State of the Web 2.0: Weiner John B... Souders Tenni Theurer quot;Built to Last or Built to Measuring the Participatory quot;Web 2.0 for the Enterprise: Is quot;Ignitequot; Sell: Is There a Difference? Webquot; Bill Tancer It Soup Yet?quot; Dan Farber quot; John Batt... quot;Eric Schmidt in Conversation Satish Dha... Today: All with John Battellequot; Eric Today: All Today: All Schmidt John... Today: All Popular: Tags Popular: Speaker Community Design and User Ajit Jaokar Bill Tancer Brian Mulloy Charlene Ajax Li Dan Farber David Knight Dirk-Willem van Experience Keynotes Marketing Gulik Dmitry Dimov Eric Schmidt Ilkka and Community Strategy and Raiskinen James Baty Jay Adelson Jay Business Models Web 2.0 Bhatti Jeff Weiner Jeffrey P. Bezos Joe Fundamentals Web 2.0 Services John Battelle Kathy Sierra Kelly Kraus and Platforms Web Operations advertising Goto Kerry Fleming Kevin Lynch Luke Sontag business design digitalid django experience Mike McCue Mena Trott Paola Tonelli flickr free google javascript marketing microformats products and services Rich Skrenta Ross Mayfield Satish openid php Dharmaraj Subrah Iyar Tim O'Reilly rails search skypejournal social syndication all tags yahoo everybody! Random People ChrisC1971 alexiskold atomsplitter billvision brady emccm Everything! gervasio goodsboy gustav heinika hienhuynh hotwheel http://jalanoly.pip.verisignlabs.com/ Find: all talks, the all speakers, all tags, or users. http://suleyman.pip.verisignlabs.com/ http://vishnu.myopenid.com/ jessie jggaines leeclw maisany markgoines nborwankar pbuder philip ron_topright shameer shua slevine timknight tomas wilsonminer
  • 23. “I’m simonwillison.net”
  • 24. “prove it!” Login? Home | Main Schedule | Map | Mobile | About iCalico | Web 2.0 Expo Search Welcome to ExpoCal! Go Social calendaring for Web 2.0 Expo, April. 15-18, 2007. Build lists of interesting looking sessions, check out what your friends are going to see, or tag surf your way to serependity. My Schedule By Day You need to be logged in to keep a SUNDAY, APRIL 15, MONDAY, APRIL 16, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 2007 list of talks and sessions you are 2007 2007 2007 interested in attending. Popular Today Popular Today Popular Today Popular Today quot;Building Social quot;Conference Welcomequot; Tim quot;Mobile 2.0quot; Ajit Jaokar Mike quot;Welcomequot; Tim O'Reilly login | sign up Applicationsquot; Stowe Boyd O'Reilly McCue; Ilkka Raiskinen; quot;Jeff Weiner in Conversation quot;High Performance quot;A Conversation with Jeff Paola Tonelli with John Battellequot; Jeff Webpagesquot; Steve Bezosquot; Jeffrey P. Bezos quot;State of the Web 2.0: Weiner John B... Souders Tenni Theurer quot;Built to Last or Built to Measuring the Participatory quot;Web 2.0 for the Enterprise: Is quot;Ignitequot; Sell: Is There a Difference? Webquot; Bill Tancer It Soup Yet?quot; Dan Farber quot; John Batt... quot;Eric Schmidt in Conversation Satish Dha... Today: All with John Battellequot; Eric Today: All Today: All Schmidt John... Today: All Popular: Tags Popular: Speaker Community Design and User Ajit Jaokar Bill Tancer Brian Mulloy Charlene Ajax Li Dan Farber David Knight Dirk-Willem van Experience Keynotes Marketing Gulik Dmitry Dimov Eric Schmidt Ilkka and Community Strategy and Raiskinen James Baty Jay Adelson Jay Business Models Web 2.0 Bhatti Jeff Weiner Jeffrey P. Bezos Joe Fundamentals Web 2.0 Services John Battelle Kathy Sierra Kelly Kraus and Platforms Web Operations advertising Goto Kerry Fleming Kevin Lynch Luke Sontag business design digitalid django experience Mike McCue Mena Trott Paola Tonelli flickr free google javascript marketing microformats products and services Rich Skrenta Ross Mayfield Satish openid php Dharmaraj Subrah Iyar Tim O'Reilly rails search skypejournal social syndication all tags yahoo everybody! Random People ChrisC1971 alexiskold atomsplitter billvision brady emccm Everything! gervasio goodsboy gustav heinika hienhuynh hotwheel http://jalanoly.pip.verisignlabs.com/ Find: all talks, the all speakers, all tags, or users. http://suleyman.pip.verisignlabs.com/ http://vishnu.myopenid.com/ jessie jggaines leeclw maisany markgoines nborwankar pbuder philip ron_topright shameer shua slevine timknight tomas wilsonminer
  • 25. (crypto happens)
  • 26. “OK, you’re in!” Login? Home | Main Schedule | Map | Mobile | About iCalico | Web 2.0 Expo Search Welcome to ExpoCal! Go Social calendaring for Web 2.0 Expo, April. 15-18, 2007. Build lists of interesting looking sessions, check out what your friends are going to see, or tag surf your way to serependity. My Schedule By Day You need to be logged in to keep a SUNDAY, APRIL 15, MONDAY, APRIL 16, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 2007 list of talks and sessions you are 2007 2007 2007 interested in attending. Popular Today Popular Today Popular Today Popular Today quot;Building Social quot;Conference Welcomequot; Tim quot;Mobile 2.0quot; Ajit Jaokar Mike quot;Welcomequot; Tim O'Reilly login | sign up Applicationsquot; Stowe Boyd O'Reilly McCue; Ilkka Raiskinen; quot;Jeff Weiner in Conversation quot;High Performance quot;A Conversation with Jeff Paola Tonelli with John Battellequot; Jeff Webpagesquot; Steve Bezosquot; Jeffrey P. Bezos quot;State of the Web 2.0: Weiner John B... Souders Tenni Theurer quot;Built to Last or Built to Measuring the Participatory quot;Web 2.0 for the Enterprise: Is quot;Ignitequot; Sell: Is There a Difference? Webquot; Bill Tancer It Soup Yet?quot; Dan Farber quot; John Batt... quot;Eric Schmidt in Conversation Satish Dha... Today: All with John Battellequot; Eric Today: All Today: All Schmidt John... Today: All Popular: Tags Popular: Speaker Community Design and User Ajit Jaokar Bill Tancer Brian Mulloy Charlene Ajax Li Dan Farber David Knight Dirk-Willem van Experience Keynotes Marketing Gulik Dmitry Dimov Eric Schmidt Ilkka and Community Strategy and Raiskinen James Baty Jay Adelson Jay Business Models Web 2.0 Bhatti Jeff Weiner Jeffrey P. Bezos Joe Fundamentals Web 2.0 Services John Battelle Kathy Sierra Kelly Kraus and Platforms Web Operations advertising Goto Kerry Fleming Kevin Lynch Luke Sontag business design digitalid django experience Mike McCue Mena Trott Paola Tonelli flickr free google javascript marketing microformats products and services Rich Skrenta Ross Mayfield Satish openid php Dharmaraj Subrah Iyar Tim O'Reilly rails search skypejournal social syndication all tags yahoo everybody! Random People ChrisC1971 alexiskold atomsplitter billvision brady emccm Everything! gervasio goodsboy gustav heinika hienhuynh hotwheel http://jalanoly.pip.verisignlabs.com/ Find: all talks, the all speakers, all tags, or users. http://suleyman.pip.verisignlabs.com/ http://vishnu.myopenid.com/ jessie jggaines leeclw maisany markgoines nborwankar pbuder philip ron_topright shameer shua slevine timknight tomas wilsonminer
  • 27. So it’s a bit like Microsoft Passport, then?
  • 28. Yes, at a high level
  • 29. But you don’t need to ask Microsoft’s permission to implement it
  • 30. One organisation doesn’t get to own everyone’s credentials
  • 31. And the standard isn’t owned by any one company or group
  • 32. Who does get to own them?
  • 33. You, the user, decide.
  • 34. You pick your own provider
  • 35. (just like e-mail)
  • 36. So I’m still giving someone the keys to my kingdom?
  • 37. Yes, but it can be someone you trust
  • 38. If you have the ability to run your own server software, you can do it for yourself
  • 39. We'll show you how to do that a little later on
  • 40. OK, how do I use it?
  • 41. So my users don’t have to sign up for an account?
  • 42. Not necessarily
  • 43. An OpenID tells you very little about a user
  • 44. You don’t know their name
  • 45. You don’t know their e-mail address
  • 46. You don’t know if they’re a person or a spambot
  • 47. (or a dog)
  • 48. Where do I get that information from?
  • 49. You ask them!
  • 50. OpenID augments your regular sign-up process; it doesn't replace it
  • 51. The simple registration extension can help users fill out your registration form
  • 52. How can I tell if they’re an evil spambot?
  • 53. Same as usual: challenge them with a CAPTCHA
  • 54. botbouncer.com lets you outsource your CAPTCHAs
  • 55. So how does OpenID actually work?
  • 56. <link rel=quot;openid.serverquot; href=quot;http://www.myopenid.com/serverquot; />
  • 57. “I’m simonwillison.myopenid.com”
  • 58. Site fetches HTML, discovers identity provider
  • 59. Establishes shared secret with identity provider (Using Diffie-Hellman key exchange)
  • 60. Redirects you to the identity provider
  • 61. If you’re logged in there, you get redirected back
  • 62. How does my identity provider know who I am?
  • 63. OpenID deliberately doesn’t specify
  • 64. username/password is common
  • 65. But providers can use other methods if they want to
  • 66. Client SSL certificates
  • 67. Out of band authentication via SMS, e-mail or Jabber
  • 68. IP based login restrictions
  • 69. SecurID keyfobs
  • 70. The provider’s business is authentication: they can invest much more effort than regular sites
  • 71. It’s also possible for a provider to just say “yes” to every query
  • 72. Just say “yes”?
  • 73. http://www.jkg.in/openid/ does this
  • 74. Users can give away their passwords today - this is the OpenID equivalent
  • 75. It's similar to bugmenot.com
  • 76. What if I decide I hate my provider?
  • 77. Use your own domain name
  • 78. Delegate to a provider you trust
  • 79. <link rel=quot;openid.serverquot; href=quot;http://www.livejournal.com/openid/server.bmlquot;> <link rel=quot;openid.delegatequot; href=quot;http://swillison.livejournal.com/quot;>
  • 80. This minimises lock in and ensures easy portability
  • 81. So everyone will end up with one OpenID that they use for everything?
  • 82. Probably not
  • 83. (I have half a dozen OpenIDs already)
  • 84. People like maintaining multiple online personas
  • 85. professional social secret ...
  • 86. OpenID makes it easier to manage multiple online personas
  • 87. Three accounts is still better than three dozen
  • 88. Some providers let you host multiple OpenIDs, or create a new one for every site you sign in to
  • 89. Why is OpenID worth implementing over all the other identity standards?
  • 90. It’s simple
  • 91. Unix philosophy: It solves one, tiny problem
  • 92. It’s a dumb network
  • 93. Many of the competing standards are now on board
  • 94. Isn’t putting all my eggs in one basket a really bad idea?
  • 95. Bad news: chances are you already do
  • 96. “I forgot my password” means your e-mail account is already an SSO mechanism
  • 97. OpenID just makes this a bit more obvious
  • 98. What about phishing?
  • 99. Phishing is a problem
  • 100. I can has lolcats!? BETA Make your own lolcats! lol Sign in with your OpenID: OpenID: Sign in http://icanhascheezburger.com/2007/05/16/i-has-a-backpack/
  • 101. Fake edition Your identity provider Username and password, please! Username: Password: Log in
  • 102. Identity theft :(
  • 103. An untrusted site redirects you to your trusted provider
  • 104. Sound familiar?
  • 105. PayPal Yahoo! BBAuth Google Auth Google Checkout
  • 106. We'll talk about some potential solutions later
  • 107. Doesn’t this outsource the security of my users to untrusted third parties?
  • 108. Yes it does. But...
  • 109. ... so do “forgotten password” e-mails!
  • 110. If e-mail is secure enough for your user’s authentication, so is OpenID
  • 111. Password e-mails are essentially SSO with a bad user experience
  • 112. What are the privacy implications?
  • 113. Cross correlation of accounts
  • 114. Don’t publish a user’s OpenID without making it clear that you’re going to do that
  • 115. Allow users to opt-out of sharing their OpenID
  • 116. The online equivalent of a credit reporting agency?
  • 117. This could be built today by sites conspiring to share e-mail addresses
  • 118. IANAL, but legal protections against this already exist
  • 119. “Directed identity” in OpenID 2.0 makes it easy to use a different OpenID for every site
  • 120. Patents?
  • 121. Sun,VeriSign and JanRain have both announced “patent covenants”
  • 122. They won’t smack you down with their patents for using OpenID 1.1
  • 123. They will smack down anyone else who asserts their own patents against OpenID
  • 124. The OpenID Foundation is working on an IPR Policy
  • 125. Who else is involved?
  • 126. ~120M OpenIDs
  • 127. ~4200 RPs
  • 128. AOL - provider, full consumer very soon
  • 129. Microsoft: Bill Gates expressed their interest at the RSA conference
  • 130. (mainly as good PR for CardSpace?)
  • 131. Sun: Patent Covenant, 33,000 employees
  • 132. VeriSign
  • 133. Symantec
  • 134. 37 Signals
  • 135. Drupal
  • 136. Plone
  • 137. Rails
  • 138. Six Apart
  • 139. JanRain
  • 140. ...etc we'll talk about this more later
  • 141. The Plan • Basic concepts of OpenID • Hands on - Creating and using an OpenID • Adoption, history, and status • Security concerns • Break • Security solutions • Clever and creative hacks • OpenID in code • Q&A
  • 142. Creating an OpenID pip.VeriSignLabs.com MyOpenID.com ClaimID.com FreeYourID.com http://openid.net/wiki/index.php/OpenIDServers and you may already have one
  • 143. Using Your OpenID Basecamp.com Plaxo.com Blinksale.com Toodledo.com Wikispaces.com WikiTravel.com Ma.gnolia.com Jyte.com HighRiseHQ.com WetPaint.com http://intertwingly.net/blog/2007/01/03/OpenID-for-non-SuperUsers
  • 144. The Plan • Basic concepts of OpenID • Hands on - Creating and using an OpenID • Adoption, history, and status • Security concerns • Break • Security solutions • Clever and creative hacks • OpenID in code • Q&A
  • 145. 6 0 0 ~12 million OpenIDs 2 OpenID 1.1 - Estimated from various services
  • 146. ~120 million OpenIDs (including every AOL user) OpenID 1.1 - Estimated from various services
  • 147. 6 Total Relying Parties 0 (aka places you can login with OpenID) 0 y nt ou /B p i Sx 4,500 2 3,375 2,250 1,125 0 '05 ct ov ec '06 b ar r ay e ly g Ap Au n Fe Ju O M M D N Ju p Jan Se OpenID 1.1 - As viewed by MyOpenID.com
  • 148. Total Relying Parties (aka places you can login with OpenID) po L AO y Ex nt ou 0 & 2. /B T SF eb p M W i Sx 4,500 3,375 2,250 1,125 0 '05 ct ov ec '06 b ar r ay e ly g p ct ov ec '07 b ar r ay e 22 Ap Ap Au n n Fe Se Fe Ju O O M M M M D D N Ju N Ju ly p Jan Jan Ju Se OpenID 1.1 - As viewed by MyOpenID.com
  • 149. 6 0 0 2
  • 150. History 2005 & 2006 Created by Brad Fitzpatrick (Summer 2005) Yadis Discovery protocol (Jan 2006) VeriSign launches OpenID Provider (May) Convergence with i-names (July) Convergence with Sxip (Aug.) $50,000 USD Developer Bounty (Aug.) Technorati adopts OpenID (Oct.) Tutorials by Simon Willison (Dec.)
  • 151. History Q1 2007 Mozilla announces intent to support OpenID in FireFox 3 (Jan.) Microsoft support expressed by Bill Gates and Craig Mundie at RSA Conference keynote (Feb.) AOL add OpenID to every one of their ~60M accounts (Feb.) Symantec announces upcoming OpenID products (Feb.) Digg and NetVibes announce OpenID support (Feb.) Wordpress.com and 37Signals adopt OpenID (March) USA Today publishes OpenID article on the Money section front-page (March)
  • 152. History Q2 2007 Plone 3.0 ships with OpenID support (May) Sun Microsystems adopts OpenID in enterprise product and provides employees with OpenID (May) livedoor adds OpenID support (May) OpenID wins Next Web Award (June) Leo Laporte and Steve Gibson discuss OpenID (June) OpenID wins CNET Webware 100 award (June) Atlassian (makers of enterprise wiki software) supports OpenID (June) Drupal 6 ships with OpenID support (June)
  • 153. The OpenID Foundation
  • 154. The purpose of the OpenID Foundation is to foster and promote the development and adoption of OpenID as a framework for user-centric identity on the Internet.
  • 155. Founding board Scott Kveton David Recordon Chair Vice-Chair scott@kveton.com drecordon@verisign.com Dick Hardt Martin Atkins Treasurer Secretary dick@sxip.com mart@degeneration.co.uk Johannes Ernst Drummond Reed jernst@netmesh.us drummond.reed@cordance.net Bill Washburn Artur Bergman Executive Director sky@crucially.net bill@oidf.org
  • 156. Current efforts Develop an IPR policy and process for OpenID specifications to keep OpenID free and patent unencumbered Develop a trademark policy that supports the extended OpenID community Develop core messaging for OpenID and websites oriented toward developers, users, and other potential adopters Coordinate World-wide joint marketing and evangelism
  • 157. OpenID Auth 2.0 • Implementors draft published earlier this year • Already seen multiple implementations in PHP, Java, Perl, and Python • Concerns raised from service providers the size of AOL, LiveDoor,Yahoo! around identifier recycling • Still really close to a final specification
  • 158. The Plan • Basic concepts of OpenID • Hands on - Creating and using an OpenID • Adoption, history, and status • Security concerns • Break • Security solutions • Clever and creative hacks • OpenID in code • Q&A
  • 159. Protocol Security • DNS Security • Man in the Middle Attacks • Eavesdropping Attacks • MAC Key Weakness • Replay Attacks Don't Panic
  • 160. Phishing An untrusted site redirects you to your trusted provider Not just a problem for OpenID, but also for PayPal, Google Auth and Checkout, Yahoo! BBAuth, AOL OpenAuth
  • 161. Passwords Can be Stolen • Browsers have poor support for other means • Users normally ignore browser chrome • What extent are they willing to go? • quot;Gang Kidnaps Gamer to Get Password Using Fake Orkut Datequot;
  • 162. Trust quot;Trust first requires identityquot; - Brad Fitzpatrick OpenID does not tell you if a user is good, bad, or even human • What if I've never seen the user before? • What if I know nothing about the OpenID Provider?
  • 163. Decoupled Authentication • What if the user didn't authenticate at all? • How do I know if they met my policies? • I need strong authentication! • The user must authenticate within the past five minutes!
  • 164. The Plan • Basic concepts of OpenID • Hands on - Creating and using an OpenID • Adoption, history, and status • Security concerns • Break • Security solutions • Clever and creative hacks • OpenID in code • Q&A
  • 165. The Plan • Basic concepts of OpenID • Hands on - Creating and using an OpenID • Adoption, history, and status • Security concerns • Break • Security solutions • Clever and creative hacks • OpenID in code • Q&A
  • 166. Protocol security • Use SSL correctly throughout the protocol • Protects against man-in-the-middle, eavesdropping attacks, and DNS attacks • Generate strong MAC keys and re-negotiate as needed • Used to verify data integrity and authenticity of OpenID responses • Verify NONCEs • Protects against replay attacks
  • 167. Trust quot;Trust first requires identityquot; - Brad Fitzpatrick • Challenge them via a CAPTCHA or email verification • Even a distributed CAPTCHA • Use whitelists and blacklists • Ask someone else whom you trust
  • 168. Decoupled authentication • OpenID Provider Authentication Policy Extension, draft published June 2006 • Relying Parties can ask for authentication policies such as quot;phishing resistantquot; or quot;multi-factorquot; • Providers can respond with policies the user complied with, time since they authenticated, and strength of the credential (s) used per NIST guidelines • Still has the question of quot;trustquot;
  • 169. Whitelisting Providers • OpenID doesn't dictate that a RP accept every OpenID • Certainly most do • Might make sense for a bank to whitelist • Others sites by whitelisting will only hurt themselves by cutting down the number of users who can sign in • With Yadis Discovery, a user can list multiple providers and a RP can choose which to use
  • 170. Vidoop (changes the metaphor by removing passwords)
  • 171. DEMO
  • 172. Client Side SSL Certificates
  • 173. DEMO
  • 174. Microsoft CardSpace (anti-phishing authentication built into the OS)
  • 175. DEMO
  • 176. VeriSign's OpenID SeatBelt (an OpenID convenience and security add-on for Firefox) works with
  • 177. SeatBelt • Provide contextual information • Am I currently logged in and if so as whom? • Is it safe to login? • Remove phishing opportunities • Login when my browser opens • Take me to my Provider if I'm not logged in • Protect against common attacks • Validate SSL certificates when interacting with my Provider
  • 178. DEMO
  • 179. Provide context
  • 180. Remove opportunities
  • 181. Protect
  • 182. the best solutions will be in the browser
  • 183. Mozilla has said FireFox 3 will include some sort of OpenID integration
  • 184. IE Team has posted a job ad mentioning quot;OpenIDquot; quot;Does the idea of redefining the role of the Internet browser appeal to you? Do the terms HTTP, RSS, Microformats, and OpenID, excite you? If so, then this just might be the opportunity for you.quot;
  • 185. The Plan • Basic concepts of OpenID • Hands on - Creating and using an OpenID • Adoption, history, and status • Security concerns • Break • Security solutions • Clever and creative hacks • OpenID in code • Q&A
  • 186. Simplified account creation • The classic OpenID use-case: allow users to create a regular account on your system tied to their OpenID • Use Simple Registration to pre-fill the signup form • Let users associate one or more OpenIDs with an existing account
  • 187. Lightweight accounts • Sometimes you just need persistent cookies • Personalisation • Preference saving • Anything where users can’t spam you • http://oscon07.icalico.org/ is a nice example
  • 188. Simplified OpenID login • Millions of people have OpenIDs but don’t know what OpenID is • Offer them a sign-in form specific to their provider • Construct the OpenID behind the scenes
  • 189. Internal SSO • Restrict your internal applications to only accept corporate assigned OpenIDs • Requires an internal OpenID server • Wikis, bug trackers, blog engines... • Applications need to be able to whitelist OpenIDs that match a certain pattern • http://(w+).internal.example.com/
  • 190. Portable contact lists • Re-adding your friends on every social network completely sucks • The Facebook platform shows the importance of being able to build even trivial applications on top of an existing network • An OpenID is globally unique; it’s the ideal hook for building a reusable friend list
  • 191. Contact list options • FOAF • RDF format, exported by LiveJournal • Currently adding a new “openid” field • XFN • Microformat for listing relationships • Can be embedded directly in HTML
  • 192. http://daveman692.livejournal.com/data/foaf ... <foaf:knows> <foaf:Person> <foaf:nick>bradfitz</foaf:nick> <foaf:member_name>Brad Fitzpatrick</foaf:member_name> <foaf:tagLine></foaf:tagLine> <foaf:image>http://userpic.livejournal.com/21628/1</foaf:image> <rdfs:seeAlso rdf:resource=quot;http://bradfitz.livejournal.com/data/foafquot; /> <foaf:weblog rdf:resource=quot;http://bradfitz.livejournal.com/quot;/> </foaf:Person> </foaf:knows> ...
  • 193. http://gmpg.org/xfn/intro <ul> <li><a href=quot;http://jane-blog.example.org/quot; rel=quot;date metquot;>Jane</a></li> <li><a href=quot;http://dave-blog.example.org/quot; rel=quot;friend metquot;>Dave</a></li> <li><a href=quot;http://darryl-blog.example.org/quot; rel=quot;friend metquot;>Darryl</a></li> </ul>
  • 194. Pre-approved accounts • Collaboration apps (private wikis, multi- author blogs, Google Docs etc) often let you “invite” new members to your project • With OpenID, you can pre-approve their ability to log in without needing to create them a username and password
  • 195. Social whitelists • A potential mechanism for tackling blog comment spam • Create a list of OpenIDs that can skip your spam filter • Share that list with your friends • Allow people on their lists to skip your spam filters as well • http://simonwillison.net/2007/Jan/22/whitelisting/
  • 196. Group syndication • A combination of social whitelisting and pre- approved accounts • Syndicate groups as a list of OpenIDs • www.jyte.com does this • Tell another application that “anyone who is a member of that group can sign in”
  • 197. jyte.com/api/group/djangonauts/roster http://www.jacobian.org/ http://groovymother.com/ http://rodbegbie.sxipper.com/ http://cygnus.myopenid.com/ http://www.b-tree.org/ http://root.b-tree.org/ http://jlam.idproxy.net/ http://claimid.com/jlam http://openid.aol.com/jlameudaemon http://jlam.vox.com/ http://jlam.livejournal.com/ http://adamh.openid.pl/ http://robhudson.myopenid.com/ http://recombiant.com/public/yadis.xrdf http://bradpitcher.livejournal.com/ http://kristate.myopenid.com/ http://michele.campeotto.net/ http://mderk.livejournal.com/ http://meangrape.myopenid.com/ http://telenieko.com/ http://eas.myopenid.com/ http://geekfun.livejournal.com/ http://www.pauladamsmith.com/ http://teknico.myopenid.com/ http://adamendicott.com/ http://simonwillison.net/ http://azuer88.myopenid.com/ http://lightlan.myopenid.com/
  • 198. Provider-specific services • OpenIDs from different providers can tell you different things about a user • An AOL OpenID “proves” their IM details • A LiveJournal OpenID lets you discover their RSS, FOAF and LJ Jabber account • A last.fm OpenID could indicate their taste in music • Another reason to allow multiple OpenIDs to be associated with a single account
  • 199. Identity projection • A related concept • OpenID lets you project your identity from one service to another • If you can prove to site X that you are a user of site Y, what new things can you build? • Lots of opportunities for interesting mashups here
  • 200. Build a decentralised reputation network • eBay users build up a trusted reputation over time • Imagine if reputation could be tied to an OpenID, and aggregated by crawlers • This wouldn’t punish the bad guys (who would just get a new OpenID), but it would reward the good guys • Jyte lets you vote on claims about OpenIDs
  • 201. Being a consumer and a provider • Not as crazy as you might think • Letting users sign in with OpenID is a no- brainer • Providing OpenID as a way of proving ownership of a profile page is also useful • You could even automatically delegate to the OpenID that they used to sign in
  • 202. Proxies for proprietary authentication APIs • Google,Yahoo! and Facebook all provide proprietary authentication APIs • If they're supporting an authentication API, why don't they just support OpenID? • You can set yourself up as a proxy between their protocol and OpenID
  • 203. The Plan • Basic concepts of OpenID • Hands on - Creating and using an OpenID • Adoption, history, and status • Security concerns • Break • Security solutions • Clever and creative hacks • OpenID in code • Q&A
  • 204. Detailed protocol flow
  • 205. associate • Back-channel between RP and Provider • Used to establish a shared secret used for message signing • HMAC style key calculated with SHA1 or SHA256 • Can use Diffie-Hellman or be in the clear if using SSL
  • 206. checkid_setup • Front-channel via browser redirects • Send the user to their Provider with an OpenID request • Provider authenticates and prompts user • Responds with a quot;yesquot; or quot;cancelquot;
  • 207. checkid_immediate • Front-channel via browser redirects • Send the user to their Provider with an OpenID request • Provider immediately responds with a quot;yesquot; or quot;noquot; • Good for AJAX type setups or quot;single logoutquot;
  • 208. check_authentication • Back-channel between RP and Provider • Used to verify a signature if there was not an existing association • Also used to verify a signature if the Provider told the RP to invalidate the existing association
  • 209. As a drawing http://leancode.com http://www.windley.com
  • 210. Creating an OpenID with your own server
  • 211. * *************************************************************************** * * CONFIGURATION * *************************************************************************** * * You must change these values: * auth_username = login name * auth_password = md5(username:realm:password) * * Default username = 'test', password = 'test', realm = 'phpMyID' */ #$profile = array( # 'auth_username' => 'test', # 'auth_password' => '37fa04faebe5249023ed1f6cc867329b' #); /* * Optional - Simple Registration Extension: * * If you would like to add any of the following optional registration * parameters to your login profile, simply uncomment the line, and enter the * correct values. * * Details on the exact allowed values for these paramters can be found at: * http://openid.net/specs/openid-simple-registration-extension-1_0.html */ #$sreg = array ( # 'nickname' => 'Joe', # 'email' => 'joe@example.com', # 'fullname' => 'Joe Example', # 'dob' => '1970-10-31', # 'gender' => 'M', # 'postcode' => '22000', # 'country' => 'US', # 'language' => 'en', # 'timezone' => 'America/New_York' #);
  • 212. * *************************************************************************** * * CONFIGURATION * *************************************************************************** * * You must change these values: * auth_username = login name * auth_password = md5(username:realm:password) * * Default username = 'test', password = 'test', realm = 'phpMyID' */ $profile = array( 'auth_username' => 'david', 'auth_password' => 'e0fee9a99fa2fe004bbd70b972a03aa1' ); /* * Optional - Simple Registration Extension: * * If you would like to add any of the following optional registration * parameters to your login profile, simply uncomment the line, and enter the * correct values. * * Details on the exact allowed values for these paramters can be found at: * http://openid.net/specs/openid-simple-registration-extension-1_0.html */ #$sreg = array ( # 'nickname' => 'Joe', # 'email' => 'joe@example.com', # 'fullname' => 'Joe Example', # 'dob' => '1970-10-31', # 'gender' => 'M', # 'postcode' => '22000', # 'country' => 'US', # 'language' => 'en', # 'timezone' => 'America/New_York' #);
  • 213. Configure Profile Data $profile = array( 'auth_username' => 'david', 'auth_password' => 'e0fee9a99fa2fe004bbd70b972a03aa1' ); /* * Optional - Simple Registration Extension: * * If you would like to add any of the following optional registration * parameters to your login profile, simply uncomment the line, and enter the * correct values. * * Details on the exact allowed values for these paramters can be found at: * http://openid.net/specs/openid-simple-registration-extension-1_0.html */ $sreg = array ( 'nickname' => 'daveman692', 'email' => 'recordond@gmail.com', 'fullname' => 'David Recordon', 'dob' => '1986-09-04', 'gender' => 'M', 'postcode' => '941458', 'country' => 'US', 'language' => 'en', 'timezone' => 'America/Los_Angeles' );
  • 214. Configure Delegation (source of www.davidrecordon.com) <html xmlns=quot;http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtmlquot;> <head> <title>David Recordon</title> <style> div { text-align: center; color: #C0C0C0; } img { border: 0px; } a { color: #C0C0C0; } </style> <link rel=quot;openid.serverquot; href=quot;http://www.davidrecordon.com/myid.phpquot; /> <link rel=quot;openid.delegatequot; href=quot;http://www.davidrecordon.com/myid.phpquot; /> </head>
  • 215. Done! Time to configure and upload phpMyID: ~5 Min http://siege.org/projects/phpMyID/
  • 216. Enabling a Rails app
  • 217. OpenID enabling iCalico http://oscon.icalico.org/ Existing users: Sign in and click the the quot;add OpenIDquot; link at the top right New users: Click quot;loginquot; and sign in with your OpenID, skipping the signup process :) Thanks Brian Ellin of JanRain
  • 218. Tools Used • iCalicio by Kellan Elliot-McCrea and Evan Henshaw-Plath • Ruby and Rails • gem install ruby-openid
  • 219. iCalico User Model • Stores login name and hashed password • We need to add an optional OpenID column 1 class AddOpenId < ActiveRecord::Migration 2 def self.up 3 add_column :users, :openid, :string 4 add_index :users, [:openid], :name => :users_openid_index 5 end 6 7 def self.down 8 remove_column :users, :openid 9 end 10 end
  • 220. Now for the best practice • Should allow multiple OpenIDs...though is slightly more complex 1 class AddOpenId < ActiveRecord::Migration 2 def self.up 3 create_table :openids do |t| 4 t.column :identifier, :string 5 t.column :user_id, :int 6 end 7 end 8 9 def self.down 10 drop_table :openids 11 end 12 end 1 class User < ActiveRecord::Base 2 has_many :openids 3 end
  • 221. Using the OpenID Library 1 def consumer 2 store_dir = Pathname.new(RAILS_ROOT).join('db').join('openid-store') 3 store = OpenID::FilesystemStore.new(store_dir) 4 return OpenID::Consumer.new(session, store) 5 end • FilesystemStore saved OpenID transaction state • OpenID::Consumer handles the protocol details
  • 222. Add OpenID UI 1 <h2>Or, login with OpenID</h2> 2 <%= start_form_tag(:controller=>'account', :action => 'openid_start') %> 3 <p><label for=quot;openid_identifierquot;>OpenID</label><br/> 4 <%= text_field_tag 'openid_identifier' %></p> 5 <%= submit_tag 'OpenID Login' %> 6 <%= end_form_tag %> <input name=quot;openid_identiferquot; />
  • 223. Handle Login Form Submit 1 def openid_start 2 openid_request = consumer.begin(params[:openid_identifier]) 3 4 case openid_request.status 5 when OpenID::SUCCESS 6 return_to = url_for(:action => 'openid_finish') 7 trust_root = url_for(:controller => '') 8 server_redirect_url = openid_request.redirect_url(trust_root, return_to) 9 redirect_to(server_redirect_url) 10 11 when OpenID::FAILURE 12 flash[:notice] = quot;Could not find your OpenID server.quot; 13 redirect_back_or_default(:controller => '/account', :action => 'index') 14 15 end 16 end 1. Discover 2. Associate 3. Redirect (we’ll handle the server response at the return_to URL)
  • 224. Redirect to OpenID Provider
  • 225. Handle Server Response 1 def openid_finish 2 openid_response = consumer.complete(params) 3 4 case openid_response.status 5 when OpenID::SUCCESS 6 openid = openid_response.identity_url 7 @user = User.find_by_openid(openid) 8 9 unless @user 10 @user = User.create(:openid => openid, :login => openid) 11 end 12 self.current_user = @user 13 flash[:notice] = quot;Welcome #{@user.openid}quot; 14 15 when OpenID::FAILURE 16 flash[:notice] = 'Verification failed.' 17 end 18 19 redirect_back_or_default(:controller => 'talk', :action => 'list') 20 end
  • 226. Done! Time to implement OpenID in iCalico: 45 minutes http://oscon.icalico.org/
  • 227. OpenID and Django
  • 228. django-openid • http://code.google.com/p/django-openid • Convenient wrapper around JanRain library • Currently provides tools for consuming OpenID
  • 229. def index(request): if request.openid: # User is signed in with OpenID ... else: # User is not signed in return HttpResponseRedirect('/openidlogin/') request.openid = most recently signed in OpenID request.openids = ALL signed in OpenIDs
  • 230. Additional features • Simple registration support • request.openid.sreg['email'] • Coming soon... • Tie in with django.contrib.auth.User • Easy creation of an OpenID provider
  • 231. Best practices for OpenID relying parties
  • 232. • OpenID extends rather than replaces your existing user accounts system • Two key steps: • Allow existing users to associate one or more OpenIDs with their account • Allow new users to sign up using an OpenID to jump-start the process
  • 233. Existing accounts • Provide an interface for adding and removing OpenIDs from an account • Don’t let users associate an OpenID without first authenticating it • Don’t let users delete the last OpenID associated with their account without having a password set (or they’ll lock themselves out)
  • 234. New accounts • Use Simple Registration, if available, to pre-fill fields in your registration form • Not all providers support Simple Registration • Don’t assume that e-mail addresses etc from Simple Registration are accurate - you may still want to send a verification e-mail • Don’t assume the user is a human being - challenge with a CAPTCHA or use botbouncer.com
  • 235. Simple Registration • nickname • postcode • email • country • fullname • language • dob • timezone • gender Some providers (or users) may provide just a subset of this information
  • 236. The Plan • Basic concepts of OpenID • Hands on - Creating and using an OpenID • Adoption, history, and status • Security concerns • Break • Security solutions • Clever and creative hacks • OpenID in code • Q&A
  • 237. Thanks! http://openid.net/ http://planet.openid.net/ Simon Willison David Recordon simonwillison.net davidrecordon.com simon@simonwillison.net drecordon@verisign.com OSCON July 24th, 2007