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[9 Apr 2008 | No Comment | ]

I’m a bit late with this one….Shamelessly copied from Axel’s blog [LINK]
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 7, 2008
MEDIA ALERT
Showcasing How Users Can Control their Identity Online, Industry’s Largest Identity Interoperability Demonstration Scheduled for RSA 2008
Fifty-seven member open source identity group to test and demonstrate interoperability between user-centric identity protocols and providers
SAN FRANCISCO (RSA Conference 2008) – April 7, 2008 – Open Source Identity Systems (OSIS) will conduct the largest user-centric identity interoperability test and demonstration at the 2008 RSA Conference, April 7-11 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. The 33 member …

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[12 Feb 2008 | No Comment | ]

Preliminary interoperability testing results of my Identity Provider [LINK] with other Relying Parties yield 5 Failures, 8 Working exchanges and 4 Not Applicables.
It’s a beautiful thing when the RP and IdP just "work". Checkout the results here [LINK].
For a semi-homegrown solution I’d say that’s not bad. Maybe instead of "trusting" someone with my valuable identity information, I can just be my OWN identity provider?

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[11 Feb 2008 | No Comment | ]

OSIS Interop testing has kicked off with the launch of the results Wiki [http://
osis.idcommons.net]
As mentioned in an earlier post, my Cardspace Relying Party Test Harness[LINK] as well as my Identity Provider [LINK] are in the testing this year. I get a big kick out of seeing the interoperability work between my hacked-together test harness and the other implementations out there.
Results are being gathered in the following matrix and will likely be reviewed at RSA 2008 this year.
[http://osis.idcommons.net/wiki/I3:Cross_Solution_Results]
After some initial testing it seems my RP/IdP works reasonably …

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[4 Nov 2007 | 6 Comments | ]

Tonight I launched a simple CardSpace Managed Card Generator and Test Harness. It lets you generate a managed card, with whatever claims you’d like and then generate a test harness form for that card.
The card can then be used to obtain claims from a Simple Security Token Service. Lastly, these claims can be consumed and parsed out to complete the end to end process.
This might seem like a trivial exercise but I have not come across any other publicly available service that demonstrates the end to end flow …