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Trevin M Chow, Colin Chow, Pui Yin Winfred Wong, Dilip K Pai, Sanjeev M Nagvekar, Wei Jiang, Yordan I Rouskov: Multiple security token transactions. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes PLLC, July 17, 2012: US08225385 (66 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of multiple security token transactions are described herein. One or more of the described techniques may be utilized to provide, in a single request and response, an authentication token and a plurality security tokens for proof of identity at respective service providers.


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Iulian D Calinov, Christopher N Peterson, Wei Quiang Michael Guo, Danpo Zhang, Gilbert M McQuillan, Wei Jiang, Sanjeev M Nagvekar, Jeff Steinbok: Secure registration. Microsoft Corporation, Senniger Powers, April 8, 2008: US07356711 (12 worldwide citation)

Secure site-to-site transactional communication between at least two network servers coupled to a data communication network, including secure registration by an authentication server associated with a multi-site user authentication system. A network server receives a request via a browser f of a cl ...


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Trevin M Chow, Pui Yin Winfred Wong, Yordan I Rouskov, Kok Wai Chan, Wei Jiang, Colin Chow, Sanjeev M Nagvekar, Matt Sullivan, Kalyan Sayyaparaju, Dilip K Pai, Avinash Belur: Short-lived certificate authority service. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes PLLC, December 25, 2012: US08341718 (1 worldwide citation)

An integrated authentication service is described which may receive a bundled request from one or more clients. One or more of the described techniques may be utilized to provide, in response to a single bundled request, a token for proof of identity and a certificate for establishing secure communi ...


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Trevin M Chow, Colin Chow, Pui Yin Winfred Wong, Dilip K Pai, Sanjeev M Nagvekar, Wei Jiang, Yordan I Rouskov: Multiple Security Token Transactions. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes Pllc, September 27, 2007: US20070226785-A1

Embodiments of multiple security token transactions are described herein. One or more of the described techniques may be utilized to provide, in a single request and response, an authentication token and a plurality security tokens for proof of identity at respective service providers.