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all right. Open I d connect well, open. I'd be connect is gonna be very comparable. Except, of course, you know, we're not going to use the same terms. We're not gonna call it in. Identity provider. We're gonna call it an open I D provider. So you might see that abbreviated as Opie
open I p Open I d
difference in terms. Same idea, your identity provider. And then instead of calling it a certain service provider office, any of those web based abs you're trying to reach, we're gonna call those relying parties. So once again, we're gonna change the definitions a little bit, But
we're still operating with same process,
so ultimately, we're gonna connect via the open i D u r l
We're gonna access the relying party. And this says, relaying party in the slide. Just found the typo. So make that change. It's not relaying. It is relying and ultimately goes and verifies with the open i d provider. Which again, Opie?
And instead of getting a sample token, what do we get? We get an open eye be took, but it's the same idea. But what we're using is a smaller format of exchange of information that makes the whole process for authentication much more streamlined. Much more efficient,
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