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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Free proxy sites that allow OpenID

I want to access a site that requires OpenID. I've tried a few free proxy servers, but they require payment for it to work. I found another one that didn't require payment, but then it didn't work. ...
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OpenID nickname on Blogger showing up as “openid” for delegate page

I have my site set up so I can log in using it as my openID. The log in works, however I have a problem on Blogger. My name shows up as "openid" instead of "radicalpi". The link to the profile is ...
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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 it better to register with Facebook, Twitter, Google, etc., or email?

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 ...
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Yahoo- mail forces to OpenId sign up

Logged in to "My Yahoo", but am being directed to a page to sign up for OpenId when I try to get into mail. I don't want to sign up for OpenId and am apparently unable to get to mail without the ...