December 21, 2007
ASP.Net Information Card Relying Party Software

Dominick Baier recently extended his Information Card relying party ASP.Net Control to be able to be used on no-SSL sites in the same way as sites employing SSL. It’s available under an MIT License, so everyone should be able to use it.

At my urging, he also added a demo site where you can try it out, both with and without SSL, and with both self-issued and managed cards. I’ve added the demo site to my page of Sites Using Information Cards.

2 Responses to “ASP.Net Information Card Relying Party Software”

  1. Dennis Hamilton on 22 Dec 2007 at 3:28 pm #

    Replying party? Hey, I’m a replying party and I’m replying to ur posts. There must be a Lolcat gag in here but it escapes me. Have a great holiday season and happy new year!

  2. Mike Jones on 22 Dec 2007 at 9:17 pm #

    Typo corrected: “Replying Party” -> “Relying Party”. :-) Happy holidays and best wishes for the new year to you too, Dennis!

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