Managing multiple usernames and passwords online is always challenging task. Either we can’t used the same username and passwords for all websites or also not used simple passwords.
Both of the above case improves the security issues, Here we can used the OneID. As it’s names, as same it works, OneID helps you to managed all of your accounts with One Id/Single Id.
OneID is a new startup based company which helped you to easily and securely sign in to websites and pay online. No more remembering multiple usernames, passwords, or filling out forms. You prove your identity to your device and then your device can digitally prove your identity to web sites, enterprise applications, and mobile applications securely using public key cryptography. You only enter your personal information once, when setting up your OneID service account. After that, you can sign in to any OneID-enabled website with a single click and speed through checkout. Forms are filled out with a single click even on a smartphone or tablet. Your personal data and payment information is securely encrypted and never shared with merchants without your express consent. You stay in control of your personal information and benefit from a level of security that far exceeds currently available solutions.
or in simple we can say that, OneID help you to login with a single-click, so now you don’t have to enter your usernames/passwords, Credit card details, shipping details etc every time when you visit to any website or buy any product online.
Now many of you are suspecting to their security and realizing that it’s bad idea to stored all of your details in to one account and Hackers can easily breached into my OneID account and easily get my all details.
Now, here is your answer, First of all OneID has not any centralized data storage and second all of your information’s is fully encrypted and only decryptable on demand and only on your device.
OneID also uses a combination of advanced asymmetric cryptography that works to identify a user through multiple electronic devices including computer, cell phone and tablet device. The devices work together to keep a user’s private information protected.
Steve Kirsch is the founder of OneID and also have a 30 years of experience, he quoted that, “Everyone has a computer, and most people have a phone, so why wouldn’t you use the most common devices that people use every day?”. Currently OneID is in Beta stage.
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