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Bitcoinforum.com Community => News, announcements & important notice => Topic started by: bitcoinforum.com on December 26, 2011, 06:40:40 PM

Title: Bitcoinforum.com supports OpenID
Post by: bitcoinforum.com on December 26, 2011, 06:40:40 PM
[greenalert]Please check this thread: Bitcoin Forum supports Social Login (http://www.bitcoinforum.com/news-announcements-important-notice/bitcoin-forum-supports-social-login/)[/greenalert]

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Can't remember your passwords? Tired of filling out registration forms?
OpenID (http://openid.net/) is a safe, faster, and easier way to log in to web sites.

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Surprise! You may already have an OpenID (http://openid.net/).
If you use any of the following services, you already have your own OpenID (http://openid.net/). Below are instructions on how to sign in with each of the following providers on an OpenID (http://openid.net/) enabled website. (When you see bold text, you should replace it with your own username or screenname on that service.)
  • Google - Look for the “Sign in with a Google Account” button or use your Google Profile URL.
  • Yahoo - Look for the “Sign in with Yahoo” button.
  • Yahoo! Japan - Look for the “Yahoo! JAPAN IDでログイン” button.
  • LiveJournal - Enter “username.livejournal.com”
  • Hyves - Click the “Sign in with Hyves” button.
  • Blogger - Enter your blog URL: “blogname.blogspot.com”
  • Flickr - Look for the “Sign in with Yahoo” button or use your photostream URL
  • Orange - Click the “Sign in with Orange” button or enter “orange.fr”
  • mixi - mixi is a web service that allows users to communicate with their friends and acquaintances.
  • MySpace - Look for the “Login with MySpaceID” button or enter “www.myspace.com/username”
  • Wordpress - Enter your WordPress.com URL, for example: “username.wordpress.com”
  • AOL - Look for a “Sign in with AOL” button or enter “openid.aol.com/screenname”

Are you tired of creating a new account every time you signup on websites?

You don't trust new websites because you have to provide new password and you think they are risky?

Bitcoin Forum now supports OpenID (http://openid.net/).

We encourage you to use it! We strong believe you already have an OpenID (http://openid.net/) account.

Comments...
Title: Re: Bitcoinforum.com supports OpenID
Post by: bitcoinforum.com on February 02, 2013, 09:29:48 PM
It was reported by dooglus (http://www.bitcoinforum.com/profile/dooglus/) that the OpenID registration option isn't working.
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It appears smf currently only supports Open Id v1.1
Whereas several sites inc Google/Yahoo support Open Id v2

Which includes that our open id doesn't support https://

It will be disabled until there are a fix.
Title: Re: Bitcoinforum.com supports OpenID
Post by: innate on June 18, 2018, 11:27:15 AM
You are right I agree with you