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How do I track and administer all my OpenID permissions on my Google account? For example, I signed in to an OpenID-enabled site. If it was a new site I visited, I'd get a permission request page to link the site's OpenID mechanism to my Google account.

Now, if I could give permission, that surely means I can revoke it?

How do I do it on my Google account?

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Go to https://www.google.com/accounts/b/0/IssuedAuthSubTokens

To navigate to this page:

  • Sign in at http://google.com and click your name in the top navigation bar. Then go to Google Account Settings.
  • At the bottom, click Visit the previous version of the Google accounts screen.
  • In the Security section under the Personal Settings tab, click Authorizing Applications & Sites
  • It then displays a list of sites under the Connected Sites, Apps, and Services header which you can then Revoke Access to.
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