The SSO Service
W|e|b|l|y SSO service, with a legitimate DNS hostname (or, an email address), would by use of a solitary account and password, let users connect to many third-party accounts. A perk of this extraordinary SSO is that users now have the power to select who will manage their identifier account from a pool of reputable suppliers. The supplier, powered by our SSO service, is capable of managing hundreds and thousands of user accounts.
A user that owns W|e|b|l|y identifier profile (regardless of the service company provider/supplier), can ideally use it to sign-in to any website or online administration supporting our website's connect, even for first-time sign-ups.
As for connectivity to new online platforms, a website first sends a request to access basic data necessary for creating user profiles. Only after a user agrees to the request, does the website gain access to and verifies the user data already located in our SSO account.
Once connected, the new site consequently makes an official account or user profile, thanks to our site's SSO connect. In fact, this ingenious method does not give passwords to compromise users’ accounts, nor does it monetize users’ personal data like SSO services by huge multinational companies that already exist. Instead, the dedicated SSO supplier controls the data in a secure and private environment.
A Federated Service
W|e|b|l|y SSO grants emails providers and other web apps access to user profiles, but unlike current SSO frameworks worldwide, our site's service is federated, permitting numerous SSO suppliers to coexist in one system.
For a better image, picture many individual suppliers, each of them able to create unique accounts to grant their users a private SSO platform, to access sites with our connect button. Users can even select their own supplier from a pool of companies which use our website's SSO service. It even allows users to switch to alternate suppliers at any point in time, simply by updating a file in the domain name area. This concept works just like telephone service providers.
Furthermore, our SSO service, aims to certify that a user of a given identifier account is ‘the same’ as the one who first obtained that identifier account. In other words, it verifies a user’s accounts, not the identity. Data is self-declared, and this practice is similar across the board for most existing SSO services.
Furthermore, W|e|b|l|y SSO service, aims to certify that a user of a given identifier account is ‘the same’ as the one who first obtained that identifier account. In other words, it verifies a user’s accounts, not the identity. Data is self-declared, and this practice is similar across the board for most existing SSO services.
Users may create multiple accounts if they so choose (i.e. one for individual or business use, etc.). Also, a SSO supplying company may extend its services to help third parties approve users’ personal data and hence give more solid evidence to confirm a client's real identity. As such, we seek to create more awareness and remove any doubts on the market, by building on public and open norms (OpenID Connect and DNSSEC) and dispersing all specifications as open, royalty-free standards, submitting them to the corresponding internet regulating bodies.
If websites already run, an OpenID Connect concept, then expanding it to include our site's identifier should be relatively easy and rapid.
The New Standard for SSO