Attack Against Apache.org
This blog entry should serve as a model for open and transparent security self-reporting. I'm impressed.
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Posted on April 27, 2010 at 1:26 PM
>how does this interact with the idea of OpenID?
I would have thought OpenID was a solution to this. Unless you logged in directly to your OpenID provider and their system was compromised, by having only a token rather than a username/password at each site aren't you rather more secure?
My understanding is that you authenticate the site at the OpenID end rather than entering any secret at each site.
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