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Abstract: OpenID is an open and promising Web single sign-on solution; however, the interaction flows provided by OpenID are inconsistent and counter-intuitive, and vulnerable to phishing attacks. In this work, we investigated the challenges web users face when using OpenID for authentication, and designed a phishing-resistant, privacy-preserving browser add-on to provide a consistent and intuitive single sign-on user experience for the average web users.
Keyword(s): OpenID ; Web Single Sign-On ; Identity-Enabled Browser ; issnet
Published in: San-Tsai Sun, Eric Pospisil, Ildar Muslukhov, Nuray Dindar, Kirstie Hawkey, Konstantin Beznosov. OpenID-Enabled Browser: Towards Usable and Secure Web Single Sign-On. In Proceedings of the 29th International Conference Extended abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '11), Vancouver, Canada, 2011.:
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