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OpenID and WordPress mapped Domains

What happens to your OpenID account when you map your WordPress account to another domain?

The answer is that when you try to login to other OpenID sites (e.g. 150 more words


Getting my Stackalytics profile updated

Nickname is your identity in the Open Source Communities and you choose one over the course of time you mature in the communities. But what about the accounts you have created previously. 162 more words


PayPal and Dutch banks as identity provider

Today I received an email from PayPal to inform me on updates they are making in their legal terms related to “Log in with PayPal”. That PayPal wants to be an identity provider is nothing new, but this update was a good reason to blog about opportunities for Dutch banks to introduce innovative services in the area of digital identity. 379 more words


What is it ?

OpenID is an open standard allows users to use existing credentials to sign in to many websites, without having to create separate usernames and passwords for each. 702 more words


Is OpenID secure?

OpenID, as the name suggest is an open identification solution, that helps for authentication with a single ID. There are thousands of websites that asks for authentication, and it is irritating register in all of them, creating an account for each with unique usernames and passwords. 698 more words