URL-based identity with




Simon Willison / simonwillison.net
Being-Digital
10th June 2008
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Windows
Live ID
Centralised SSO betrays
the principles of the Web
OpenID is a decentralised
 mechanism for SSO
With OpenID 2.0, you just
have to specify your provider
OpenID lets you prove
that you own a given URL
Upcoming


last.fm
Common misconceptions

• OpenID complements your existing user
  database; it doesn’t replace it
• Spammers have OpenIDs t...
Hardware tokens
URL-based identity with OpenID
URL-based identity with OpenID
URL-based identity with OpenID
URL-based identity with OpenID
URL-based identity with OpenID
URL-based identity with OpenID
URL-based identity with OpenID
URL-based identity with OpenID
URL-based identity with OpenID
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Slides from a seven minute OpenID in a nutshell presentation at the Being-Digital conference, presented on the 10th of June 2008.

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URL-based identity with OpenID

  1. 1. URL-based identity with Simon Willison / simonwillison.net Being-Digital 10th June 2008
  2. 2. ?
  3. 3. ? Windows Live ID
  4. 4. Centralised SSO betrays the principles of the Web
  5. 5. OpenID is a decentralised mechanism for SSO
  6. 6. With OpenID 2.0, you just have to specify your provider
  7. 7. OpenID lets you prove that you own a given URL
  8. 8. Upcoming last.fm
  9. 9. Common misconceptions • OpenID complements your existing user database; it doesn’t replace it • Spammers have OpenIDs too! You still need to take your own measures to verify the morality of your users • Having your eggs in one basket means you can take extra steps to protect that basket
  10. 10. Hardware tokens
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