Single SignON solution to WWW seen as one Giant computer and use of a smartcard where a phone SIM can be inserted to authenticate

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Network working group                                      Pradeep Kumar Xplorer
Intended status: Standards Track                                  Individual
Expires: May 3, 2017                                       Dec 3, 2016

                 Single SignON solution to WWW seen as one Giant computer and use of
                        a smartcard where a phone SIM can be inserted to authenticate


    The document describes a SingleSignON solution to WWW seen as one Giant
    computer. As WWW use increases, on average an user has many service login
    accounts they have to manage. It would be better for most users at the 
    expense of some security risk to have one password for all the services and
    a WWW shell and a control panel. Also the WWW as an intelligent being could
    show information to an user interpreting their needs from all their accounts.
    A smartcard could have a phone SIM slot and phone devices and computers can
    have smartcard slots and email user should be able to allow login only by insertion
    of smartcards.A smart card can be programmed with user details and a session
    manager software can be used to allow the user to login / create and use many services.

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Table of Contents
   1. Introduction ............................................... 2
   2. Background ..................................................2
   3. General Information of the service ..........................2
   4. Authors Addresses ...........................................5
   5. Acknowledgements ............................................5

1. Introduction

    To implement a Single SIgnON solution to WWW seen as one Giant computer
    that would help navigate and use the WWW more easily, making passwords
    more manageable and WWW navigation more intuitive. THis is a precursor to
    futuristic project of Information as a bird that flies to the users.

2. Background
        CUrrently as a user i have multiple WWW services, i have a
        hosting account and email as
        and email service from, and and i have a
        kasikorn K-cyber bank account, i have an account with
        that i have not used and i can retrieve and reactivate the password,
        i have two accounts with facebook. All accounts are used by me by using
        different usernames/userids and passwords. There might be several other
        services that i have registered and tried and never used and i do not
        remember any of these. If i can just authenticate with WWW and access
        all these serives seamlessly without typing in a password, that would
        lead to a better User experience and would be more time efficient.
3. General Information of the service
        I want to propose a WWW service that allows a WWW navigator to access all his
        authenticated services by logging just once. I want to propose a Valid registered
        email address as Single SignON key, or a WWW navigators primary email as WWW Single
        SignON Id. So lets say it is
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