davidchristiansen 


  • 7,347,351 total downloads
  • last updated 11/25/2013
  • Latest version: 4.3.4.13329
Improve usability, reliability, conversion rates and security simultaneously by simply asking the user for permission to access their data on 3rd party services rather than asking for their password.
  • 7,116,296 total downloads
  • last updated 11/25/2013
  • Latest version: 4.3.4.13329
Enables web site visitors to log into an ASP.NET web application via popular identity providers, including Google, Yahoo!, Windows Live, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
  • 704,058 total downloads
  • last updated 11/25/2013
  • Latest version: 4.3.4.13329
Improve usability, reliability, conversion rates and security simultaneously by simply asking the user for permission to access their data on 3rd party services rather than asking for their password.
  • 539,032 total downloads
  • last updated 11/25/2013
  • Latest version: 4.3.4.13329
Add OpenID 1.1/2.0, OAuth 1.0(a), & InfoCard authentication and authorization functionality for client and server applications. This allows your (web) application to issue identities or accept issued identites from other web applications, and even access your users' data on other services.
  • 497,369 total downloads
  • last updated 11/25/2013
  • Latest version: 4.3.4.13329
Allow your customers to take their identities from your site with them as they visit other sites that accept OpenID as relying parties. Set up single-sign-on solutions within your organization using a standards-based, accepted protocol for authentication delegation.
  • 482,450 total downloads
  • last updated 11/25/2013
  • Latest version: 4.3.4.13329
Allow your customers to take their identities from your site with them as they visit other sites that accept OpenID as relying parties. Set up single-sign-on solutions within your organization using a standards-based, accepted protocol for authentication delegation.
  • 480,135 total downloads
  • last updated 11/25/2013
  • Latest version: 4.3.4.13329
Allow your web forms or MVC web site, REST or WCF service, or any other HTTP(s) service to accept OAuth 2 access tokens as a means of authorization so your users don't have to share their password with 3rd party apps and services in order to share their data between your service and those of... More information
  • 472,938 total downloads
  • last updated 11/25/2013
  • Latest version: 4.3.4.13329
As an OpenID 2.0 relying party or provider, include an OAuth 1.0 access token in the same user authorization/authentication step so that the relying party may also directly access the user's data on the OpenID Provider's web service.