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Securing a Revolution

Jun 30, 2009, 16:32 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Eddy Nigg)

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"The same type of certificates may be also used for authentication purpose as the StartSSL™ Control Panel readily demonstrates. There is no way to steal, phish or otherwise compromise a StartSSL™ account, because simply no user name and password pairs are used here.

"Similar secure is the OpenID Identity provided by StartSSL™ which may be used at various sites which support OpenID for authentication purpose. Strictly over SSL secured, this OpenID provider uses digital certificates exclusively for authentication."

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