JanRain Offers Universal Logins, Puts Portland at Center of Internet Identity Movement

JanRain makes software that gives customers and employees secure, universal logins for the Web, and it enables companies’ websites to accept these logins. The software works via OpenID, an open-source effort in online identity and authentication that originated in Portland. OpenID is already accepted by some 30,000 websites—mostly smaller sites focused on user-generated content, blogs, and wikis, but it’s also supported by some big players like AOL, Yahoo, MySpace, Google Blogger, and Microsoft.

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