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SlashID.com – Your Last Password and Username Ever

SlashID is a new online identity management service running up against OpenID and a host of other ID tools. What sets Slash apart from the rest is that it’s completely browser based and it’s encrypted. This means that with Slash only you have access to your log-in info—your password and personal info stay on your computer. In fact it’s similar to password management tools you probably already use with your browser....

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OAuth.net – Changing Auth Protocols

OAuth is an open source project which is working on developing an authorization protocol for web developers, mashup writers, and API managers to use so that they don’t have to compromise their users’ passwords. The beef here is that many websites ask for your email or IM password in order for you to say, find your friends on network or print photos, or have access to forums, and the list goes on. This in no way adds to...

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