openid.ui.mode for embedded devices

Brian Kissel bkissel at
Fri Feb 19 02:19:11 UTC 2010


You can check out  This OpenID service supports InfoCards, SSL cert, and phone-based authentication in addition to traditional username/password.



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-----Original Message-----
From: openid-user-experience-bounces at [mailto:openid-user-experience-bounces at] On Behalf Of Allen Tom
Sent: Thursday, February 18, 2010 9:49 AM
To: Hitoshi Uchida
Cc: OpenID user experience
Subject: Re: openid.ui.mode for embedded devices

Hi Hitoshi -

Some sites require users to enter both a password and a 1 time use token
(like a SecurID/RSA/VeriSign token) or a short code that's sent to the
user's cell phone.

Additionally, some sites authenticate users with a client side cert or using
Information Card. 


On 2/18/10 8:09 AM, "Hitoshi Uchida" <hitoshi.uchida at> wrote:

> Hi Allen,
> Thank you for your comment.
>> Although users generally authenticate with their OpenID Provider using a
>> username/password, the OpenID spec does not require users to have passwords.
>> OpenID currently requires users to have browsers so that users can
>> authenticate using other methods besides a password.
> I think, for instance, you mean a use case using PAPE because OP may
> use CAPTCHA to authenticate the user in addition to username/password.
> And also,  web browser would be needed for rich user interface for
> login page.
> However, concerning other method besides a password you mentioned, I
> think almost of 'real' OP actually authenticate users by using only
> username/password.

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