A kind of "history log" of where an OpenID is used
How safe is OpenID? It seems to me that having one ID for everything is a big vulnerability issue.
For example, Person X can figure out the ID and password to a Person Y's OpenID account, giving Person X the ability to go through all of Person Y's websites.
Does OpenID have any way of contacting a person if someone's been on their account? I suggest that OpenID should give users a detailed account to where his or her OpenID is being used.
Rita A Hannagan commented
I have,"alot"of security
AdminChris Messina (Admin, OpenID) commented
Your OpenID account is as secure as your OpenID provider wants to make it. That is, with OpenID you can add additional security features like one-time passwords or SMS codes so that you need more than just your password to access your account.
Also consider that a malicious individual would also only need to break into your email account to reset many of your other passwords or take over your account. OpenID potentially improves your security situation by reducing the number of sites that have access to your password.