How We Work: - Anonymous Seal

This is just an OpenSSL Registry. So what is the big deal? We simplify what a user must do to manage their pubic/private keys. You simply use two images to store the public/private key pairs and other information that another site may use to authenticate the user.

This Anonymous Registry assigns:

  1. a Public Seal. You use this Public Seal to sign-in to participating sites. You don't provide any other information to the site.
  2. a Private Seal. When you want to reveal that you are the owner of a Public Seal you use this Private Seal to verify your identity.
  3. Your Public Seal is an image encoded with a Universal Unique ID (UUID), a OpenSSL public key and a message signed and encrypted with the seal's private key.
  4. Your Public Seal is an image encoded with a Universal Unique ID (UUID), a OpenSSL public key and a message signed and encrypted with the seal's private key.

    References:
  1. Steganography - http://www.puremango.co.uk/2005/03/steganography_112/
  2. UUID
  3. OpenSSL Public / Private Key
  4. http://www.public-domain-photos.com
  5. http://passwordmeter.com
  6. http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html

The seal exposes its funciontlity via

  1. HTTPS