Year’s end blabbering: Omnidirectional Identities

On the Paris-Seattle flight, coming back after 2 weeks spent stuffing myself with all sorts of food with the excuse “after all, you can’t find this in USA” 🙂Before hurling myself back in the vortex of daily work, and celebrate the end of the year with something crazy, I want to take some time writing…

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The Authorization Continuum

On a flight from Rome to Warsaw: apparently the droning noise of the plane (or what’s left of it after this) inspires me, and now I finally have the means of pulling out live writer from a pocket and start writing. This time I’d like to explore with you some further consequences of the shift…

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Developing a minimal STS with ADFS "2" Identity Framework (Part III: Creating a Relying Party)

All right! Welcome to the last installment of this unusual multipart post: this time we are going to see how the ADFS “2” Identity Framework makes creating an RP a trivial task. Previously, on Vibro.NET: One of the comments to my breakout session at TechEd suggested that the demo I’ve shown was too simple to…

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My new Fujitsu U810

[warning: this post does not feature any identity related content, and it’s probably useless] I feel for the UMPCs an unhealthy (walletwise) attraction, since the very moment they came out. In fact, if you dig in the early years of this blog you’ll see I am a gadget freak: I am still proudly going around…

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myOpenID supports the creation of passwordless accounts

Ah joy. It’s 12:31 AM of Sunday morning, hence i shouldn’t be blogging: but I like the news, and it will take just a minute. Back in June I blogged about SignOn.com, an openID provider that allows you to authenticate using personal cards side by side with traditional password support. In fact, while I was…

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