And this, boys and girls, is why the password anti-pattern is bad, m'kay?
"Facebook has rolled out an identity system â€” Facebook Connect â€” with a slick UI that trains a gazillion tech-naÃ¯ve users to slap their identity credentials into any old website."
David has written an excellent comparison of the two differing mindsets when approaching online authentication. In no uncertain terms, OAuth (or an OAuth style authentication) is right and the password anti-pattern is wrong, wrong, wrong.
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Leisa joins in on the password anti-pattern. As she says, this is a question of ethics. I've already made my position clear to my colleagues and clients. Have you?