Passpack Supports OpenID

Passpack online password manager has recently announced its support of OpenID as a third party authentication. In addition to Passpack’s announcement of becoming an OpenID relying party, Passpack integrated its first third party logins: Google and Windows Live. Today, September 17, Passpack releases further third party additions – Facebook and Yahoo!

Welcome OpenID Macedonian Representative

The Republic of Macedonia is a landlocked country on the Balkan peninsula in southeastern Europe. The Capital of Belarus is Skopje and the population is about 2 million.

Welcome to Ognen Basarovski newly appointed OpenID Macedonian Representative.

Ognen is born on the 1st of November 1976 and am he is Telecommunications Engineer. For more than seven years Ognen have been working in marketing and currently I work in the European Product Management department of Kyocera Mita. His interest in internet is from marketing perspective. Some time ago Ognen created a small report called Interactive Communications regarding Internet as a Marketing Medium for the Mediaedge CIA advertising agency.

The OpenID Europe Team follow growing up and it is still possible to become member only for the following countries:

  • Albania
  • Belgium
  • Cyprus
  • Czech Republic
  • Croatia
  • Iceland
  • Luxembourg
  • Macedonia
  • Malta
  • Moldavia
  • Montenegro
  • Norway
  • Ukraine
  • Slovakia

Clavid OpenID supports the YubiKey from Yubico

The YubiKey from Yubico is probably one of the hottest security tokens designed for easy-to-use secure Internet authentication. If you listened to Steve Gibson’s SecurityNow! podcast episode 143 about the exciting YubiKey, then you know the technical details of the wonderfully designed device.

Clavid integrated YubiKey authentication into their professional Clavid OpenID provider allowing secure two-factor authentication requiring a password and the YubiKey one-time token generator. There is no need to type in one-time tokens by hand, simply put your finger on the YubiKey touch sensor and it enters automatically a 44 character one-time token for you. It’s easy and it’s cool!

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