Difference between revisions of "Identifying Returning Users"

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* [[Single Sign-On]] to multiple websites is a great improvement in any [[User Experience]] it was enabled by the use of [[Third Party]] [[Cookies]].
 
* [[Single Sign-On]] to multiple websites is a great improvement in any [[User Experience]] it was enabled by the use of [[Third Party]] [[Cookies]].
 
* With the demise of [[Third Party]] Cookies, new methods for identifying returning users is more complex for a [[Relying Party]].
 
* With the demise of [[Third Party]] Cookies, new methods for identifying returning users is more complex for a [[Relying Party]].
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* [[Native SSO]] allows sharing of [[Single Sign-On]] among native apps from the same vendor.
  
 
==References==
 
==References==
  
 
[[Category: Identity]]
 
[[Category: Identity]]

Revision as of 09:01, 1 October 2022

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Exploring the ways that a web site (aka a relying Party can determine if the current user of the site is known to that site from previous visits.

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