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OpenID is an open and promising Web single sign-on (SSO) solution. This work investigates the challenges and concerns web users face when using OpenID for authentication, and identifies what changes in the login flow could improve the users' experience and adoption incentives. We found our participants had several behaviors, concerns, and misconceptions that hinder the OpenID adoption process: (1) their existing password management strategies reduce the perceived usefulness of SSO; (2) manydoi:10.1145/2078827.2078833 dblp:conf/soups/SunPMDHB11 fatcat:op7y3y6xe5eofkijmy6vnz2axi