The buttons on this page enable you generate a personal digital identity card (X.509 certificate) using profile data you've already provided to the services listed below. Clicking one of these buttons triggers an authorized profile data (name & email address typically) exchange using the authentication protocol supported by the selected service. Once captured, the retrieved profile data is then used -- in combination with additional data captured via interactions with this service -- to construct a digital identity card comprised of cryptographically verifiable identity claims.
Use one of the following drop-down options for profile data access:
Use ATOM publishing protocol to create a blog post to act as proof of control. Use your blog, or ATOM publishing protocol endpoint URL.
The certificate may have many different uses. WebID can be used for authenticating with web sites.
WebID + S/MIME may be used for both authentication and signing/encrypting of emails.
Certificate cipher and strength are also important: longer keys are more difficult to produce
and crack, and therefore are safer.
If you are unsure, just leave the values as is.
Make a post containing the certificate digest that will be used as verification.
Create a graph containing the certificate information for verification.
Your certificate data in various text formats.
You can download the local Certificate Authority certificate for verification purposes.
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