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# The human user of a computing device with a means to securely store secrets.
 
# The human user of a computing device with a means to securely store secrets.
 
# The application running as a [[User Agent]] on the computing device with access to a secure, hard-ware enabled wallet containing user credentials and other secrets.
 
# The application running as a [[User Agent]] on the computing device with access to a secure, hard-ware enabled wallet containing user credentials and other secrets.
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==Problems==
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Standards and other guidance have been created for requesting private information from users.  There is little coordination between these efforts. A partial list follows:
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# W3C [[Verifiable Credential]]s
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# [[OpenID Connect]]
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# IETF GNAP
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# Open ID SIOP
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==Solution==
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The following is both a collection and a proposal for a unified solutions to the problems.
  
 
==References==
 
==References==
  
 
[[Category: User Agent]]
 
[[Category: User Agent]]

Revision as of 11:25, 4 October 2021

Full Title or Meme

This represents a bundle of claims and credentials in a Presentation from a Wallet.

Context

  • This was generated as the high-level view of a Mobile Driver's License Presentation.
  • Wallets are now (9n 2021-07) being asked to accumulate a variety of user private information and credentials. Here-to-fore not common request to a wallet has been proposed.

Actors

  1. The human user of a computing device with a means to securely store secrets.
  2. The application running as a User Agent on the computing device with access to a secure, hard-ware enabled wallet containing user credentials and other secrets.

Problems

Standards and other guidance have been created for requesting private information from users. There is little coordination between these efforts. A partial list follows:

  1. W3C Verifiable Credentials
  2. OpenID Connect
  3. IETF GNAP
  4. Open ID SIOP

Solution

The following is both a collection and a proposal for a unified solutions to the problems.

References