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We’re RE-OPENING the OpenID Connect & UMA crowdtilt Monday 8/26!!

Due to key contributions from ForgeRock, Symas, and Falcon SC, our Crowdtilt campaign to fund OpenID Connect and UMA plugins for Apache web servers is guaranteed...

Michael Schwartz August 22, 2013

Submission to Sprint Innovate: Why Sprint should support OpenID Connect

Sprint should support the OpenID Connect protocol for authentication. Sprint has a lot of customers. Telco’s are in a superlative position to authenticate people using...

Michael Schwartz August 14, 2013

Federated Single Sign-On: How to Make it Work for the Web

For federated single sign-on (sso) to work on the web, it needs to be brain-dead easy for web developers. Asking developers to implement OpenID Connect...

Michael Schwartz August 7, 2013

OAuth vs. OpenID – What’s the difference?

OAuth 2.0 is an authorization framework, not an authentication protocol. You can think of this framework as a common denominator for authorization. OAuth2 was left...

Michael Schwartz August 2, 2013

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