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John Bradley
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OAuth Dynamic Client Registration is now a RFC
Richer who did most of The OAuth 2.0 Dynamic Client Registration Protocol specification is now RFC 7591 , and the  OAuth 2.0 Dynamic Client Registration Management Protocol is now RFC 7592 . I especially want to than Justin Richer  @zer0n1ne  who did most o...
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For some reason it got added twice about 10 min apart.  The other one has the correct link.   This one has a _9 tacked on to the end.   Probably something I did in Blogger.
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Clave Unica tip
For my Chilean friends,  I have a tip for using our national eid login at non Government websites. Clave Unica  currently has about 60 services connected, and I am seeing some of the Municipalidad connecting as well now for online services.   This is the cu...
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eID in Chile
Many people know that I live in Chile just outside of Santiago. I have been working around the world on federated identity standards and getting people to use strong credentials. As it turns out I have been ignoring the activities quietly going on in Chile ...
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Nice write up. Good to see Chile doing well with their eID program.
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Buenos Aires and France are both rolling out OpenID Connect.
As someone living in South America, I am happy to see my close neighbours in Buenos Ares rolling out BA ID  for servicing it's citizens.   This project joins a similar one in France called France Connect . Both projects are setting up a social network type ...
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PKCE (Proof Key for Code Exchange by OAuth Public Clients) Draft 8
I just uploaded the new draft 8 . The biggest change was adding a new Appendix B to show the process of generating code_verifier and code_challenge for S256. This is the diff based on draft 7 . No normitive changes. I think it is close to being done, and re...
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PKCE / SPOP update.
I think we cleared the last  hurdle in IESG review last night. I am expecting draft 15 to be published today by our AD and that to be the last draft prior to going  to the RFC editor. Depending on workload and how many things need to be fixed in the final c...
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OAuth Dynamic Client Registration is now a RFC
Richer who did most of The OAuth 2.0 Dynamic Client Registration Protocol specification is now RFC 7591 , and the  OAuth 2.0 Dynamic Client Registration Management Protocol is now RFC 7592 . I especially want to than Justin Richer  @zer0n1ne  who did most o...
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Bringing Single Sign-on to Mobile Applications
At the recent CIS conference in San Diego, I hosted a session on Bringing Single Sign-on to Mobile Applications . I hope you find this summary of the session useful. If you are interested in watching the session, you can access it here. We have had single s...
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Buenos Aires and France are both rolling out OpenID Connect.
As someone living in South America, I am happy to see my close neighbours in Buenos Ares rolling out BA ID  for servicing it's citizens.   This project joins a similar one in France called France Connect . Both projects are setting up a social network type ...
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Buenos Aires and France are both rolling out OpenID Connect.
As someone living in South America, I am happy to see my close neighbours in Buenos Ares rolling out BA ID  for servicing it's citizens.   This project joins a similar one in France called France Connect . Both projects are setting up a social network type ...
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PKCE Draft updated (Proof Key for Code Exchange by OAuth Public Clients)
We just posted draft 07 of PKCE . Some minor changes to figures and some other cleanup. No normative changes John B. @ve7jtb
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Identity Mercenary
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  • Ping Identity
    Sr. Technical Architect, 2012 - present
  • Protiviti Government Services Inc
    Identity and Access Management Lab, 2010 - present
  • Cryptolex
    Federated Identity Standards, 2008 - 2010
  • NDP, Cyberstore, Westel, Group Telecom
  • Cogneto, OIDF, ICF
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John is a Senior Technical Architect in the CTO Office of Ping Identity. He is an experienced IT professional with a diverse background. Most recently, John has been co-authoring the OpenID Connect protocol and JSON Object Signing and Encryption (JOSE) along with OAuth 2, He co-authord the ICAM protocol profiles while at Protiviti Government Services. He has also been coordinating interoperability testing on the profiles with OASIS and Trust Framework partners from industry.  John provides leadership at Kantara as chair of the Leadership Council and as chair Federation Interoperability Work Group.  He has contributed to SAML, openID, Information Card (IMI), XRI and other identity standards.  He is actively working to develop the next version of openID. As the Co-Chair of OSIS he has both developed testing infrastructure and co-coordinated interoperability testing amongst all the major vendors participating in openID and Information Cards.

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Isla de Maipo, Chile
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Vancouver, BC - Ottawa, On - Redstone, CO - Viticura, Chile - Toronto, ON - Winnipeg, MB
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