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Saturday, April 19, 2008

Get Your openID, Single ID For Multiple Websites

Do you have multiple user ids and passwords for various sites ? It is always a headache to remember those login ids and passwords for all sites that we access frequently. Generally we note down the log-in and password at some place in our computer.

Well, these days are gone when we have to use many log-in ids. OpenID has changed the way. OpenID eliminates the need for multiple usernames across different websites, simplifying your online experience.

"OpenID is an open, decentralized, free framework for user-centric digital identity. OpenID takes advantage of already existing internet technology (URI, HTTP, SSL, Diffie-Hellman) and realizes that people are already creating identities for themselves whether it be at their blog, photostream, profile page, etc. With OpenID you can easily transform one of these existing URIs into an account which can be used at sites which support OpenID logins."

mymobile-ID is a website that helps you in creating your openID which you can use for all websites that supports openID.


"Sign up for your OpenID now and start using it to sign up lots of websites without taking care about many different usernames and passwords. Create your only online identity now for free at mymobile-ID and use it across the internet for accessing every OpenID enabled website. The only thing you have to keep in mind is one username and password."

You can find all sites that supports openID in openID Directory.

This web service is launched by empulse GmbH. With mymobileID.com has empulse OpenID a provider started, the user verification on an SMS to the mobile phone of the user sends. Unlike proof of a user via e-mail (like many other providers used), so the user can better be verified. It provides following Services:

1. Account confirmation via SMS (in Germany).

2. Easy sign-in on OpenID enabled websites.

3. Easy management of your online identity.

The service is currently in alpha status.

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