OpenID is an standard that describes how users can be authenticated by 3rd parties which means that websites don't have to store user credentials.

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Is there an OpenID provider which meets all of my criteria? [closed]

I used to use myopenid.com, and liked it. Now that it's gone, I'm using another provider (never mind which exactly), but it's not quite what I'm looking for. I need a provider which is: Free to use ...
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Is it possible to allow a Facebook account to get a RSS feed of protected LiveJournal entries?

I have a normal LiveJournal account and take full advantage of public, friends-only, and private posts. Another person who we'll call X has a Facebook account. I know that LJ allows Facebook ...
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I can't configure OpenID for Login at Facebook

I want to use my Google Account as OpenID login at Facebook. So after some Googling I found this Facebook help page, but at the Settings page there is no section "Linked Accounts", it looks like ...
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Can't login to Yahoo Mail with OpenID

When I try to login to Yahoo Mail with my Google account, I get the error below. I thought it was a fluke when it first happened Wednesday, but now it's Sunday and still happening. I don't know what ...
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Is there any web app or script to import contacts using OAuth?

We want to add invite feature to our site, so users can invite their friends. Is there any web app or script that can import contacts from Gmail, Yahoo, Live, etc using OAuth, so we can send invite ...
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OpenID Consumer Plugin for Joomla [closed]

I've found a lot of plugins to turn Joomla into an OpenID provider - but I already have that setup and I need for Joomla 1.5 to consume OpenIDs - is there a plugin out there that will actually work ...
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OpenID Plug-ins

I am starting a website up now and I maybe using WordPress but if I use static HTML is there a way I can use OpenID on my site. I now about the Apache module but I have a simply hosting plan with ...
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How can I get the password of an openID associated site?

Login to Stackoverflow.com supports OpenID authentication. Alternatively, we can login using using Google account (among others). Once we associate any supported account, an openID is associated ...
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Report nickname instead of primary email for sso? [closed]

I use google apps for domains, the free version, I like to have my accounts setup with nicknames so I can filter off spam services. E.g. my primary email is me@domain.com I have the following ...
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Allow Facebook, Google, etc. (OpenID) login to my WordPress.com hosted private blog

Is it possible, if using a private, wordpress.com hosted blog, to allow users to login via Facebook, Google, Yahoo, or other OpenID providers? We have a private blog, and we prefer that users not ...
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Google Sites: Google or Facebook Login

I would like to use Google Sites to create a membership web site, where somebody could come to the public landing page and then sign in with Google or Facebook (e.g. using OpenID) and then get access ...
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OpenID: Custom fields as provider

OpenID can be used to deliver login information, and some more information than that. Can I as OpenID provider provide 100 custom fields defined by me (as provider) that OpenID acceptors can request ...
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Linking Google and Facebook logins does not appear to work [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How does one log into Facebook using Linked Accounts? I am trying to use my Google account as my authentication source for all the websites that will allow me to because ...
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Is it better to register with Facebook, Twitter, Google, etc., or email? [closed]

I lot of websites these days (including this one) offer Facebook, Twitter, and/or Google login. Usually there's also an option to use old-style username/password credentials. I'm never sure which ...