Bandit is a system of loosely-coupled components that provide consistent identity services and create a community that organizes and standardizes identity-related technologies in an open way, promoting both interoperability and collaboration. It implements open standard protocols and specifications so identity services can be constructed, accessed, and integrated from multiple identity sources. The Bandit system supports many authentication methods and provides user-centric credential management.
Community-ID is an OpenID implementation which is OpenID 2.0 compliant. It lets users keep track of their trusted sites and manage them. For Community-ID administrators, statistics are available to track registration of new users, authorized users per day or the number of trusted sites. Administrators can set the site in maintenance mode or send email messages to all registered users.
The Linux User Management System allows an organization to centrally manage their Linux users. It works with all distributions of Linux and in conjunction with GeKL's KDE User Desktop Management System (UDMS). Admins can use it to create groups, import large numbers of users and establish system profiles, and easily maintain profiles.
Simple Login Class is a PHP class that can be used to prevent unauthorized access of Web pages. A simple user management system can be implemented with this class very quickly. It does not use databases or database queries to store the user details. Instead of a database, it uses a text file to store the details. An access encoding technique (Base64), two hashing techniques (SHA1 and MD5), an a built-in PHP function (StrRev) are used here to store passwords more securely in the text file. Simple Login Class can be used in any PHP page just by embedding a snippet at the top of a the page to be protected. Any number of user logins can be stored more securely in a single file. The sessions are handled more safely in this system than some other login systems. The user registration system applied here is simplified. In certain cases, no configuration is needed to use this class.