Sun to expand open source moves into secure ID arena

Thursday, 14 July 2005, 10:47 AM EST

Sun Microsystems plans to open source its Web-site authentication and single sign-on technologies through its newly created Open Source Web Single Sign-On (OpenSSO) project, the company announced Wednesday. Sun hopes the move will encourage Java developers to build more secure applications featuring identity management, according to a company executive.

By China Martens at InfoWorld.

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