Integrating OpenID / OAuth in an ASP.NET MVC Application using DotNetOpenAuth


 

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How to implement OpenId for authentication rather than the custom username/password login that’s been in use up until now. OpenId is a centralized login/authentication mechanism which handles authentication through one or more centralized OpenId providers. These providers live on the Web and are accessed through a forwarding and callback mechanism – you log in at the provider’s site and are then returned to the original starting Url with an authorized user token that uniquely identifies that user to the original site.

Via Integrating OpenID in an ASP.NET MVC Application using DotNetOpenAuth – Rick Strahl’s Web Log

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