[JanRain]: “Internet-scale identity services with OpenID” Products [MyOpenID] Identity Provider [Jyte.com] Claims, cred & contacts [BotBouncer.com] A free CAPTCHA service for OpenIDs [OpenIDEnabled.com] By developers, for developers [Schtuff.com] A free Wiki service : http://janrain.com/ : https://myopenid.com/ : http://jyte.com/ : http://botbouncer.com/ : http://www.openidenabled.com/ : http://schtuff.com/
New Ping Identity Apache CardSpace Module Brings Information Cards to the LAMP Stack – Ping Identity Corporation
[New Ping Identity Apache CardSpace Module Brings Information Cards to the LAMP Stack – Ping Identity Corporation]: “New Ping Identity Apache CardSpace Module Brings Information Cards to the LAMP Stack Apache Applications Now Have a New Tool to Protect Against Phishing Attacks RSA Conference, San Francisco, CA â€“ February 7, 2007 â€“ Ping Identity Corporation today announced the immediate availability of an open source module that allows Apache-hosted applications to use Windows CardSpace Information Cards for authentication.
[Identity brings Microsoft and Internet 2.0 together | The Register]: “Is Open ID the glue we need? By Mary Branscombe (Published Thursday 1st March 2007 09:47 GMT) Microsoft isn’t the only one taking an interest in Open ID. AOL, Yahoo! and Digg have all announced they’ll accept Open ID credentials as a way of identifying users online. But for Microsoft this is more than just a technology partnership. It could be the first real step towards creating the multi-platform, multi-system identity metasystem.
John Q Random writes _“[Stefan Brands]‘s company credentica.com announced their [U-Prove library and SDK implementing ID tokens] â€��? also known as [digital credentials] or private credentials. (Private Credentials are a cool PKI replacement and anonymous e-cash tech that allows you to prove certified attributes like age, credit rating, group membership, etc. without revealing who you are; to allow you to have a digital life without the digital dossier effect inherent in a central databases.
There is an discussion of OpenID in [this Digg entry]. Interesting for peoples views on the merits and weaknesses. The actual entry is about Digg announcing support for OpenID. : http://digg.com/tech_news/Kevin_Rose_at_FOWA_DIGG_Adopts_OpenID