Sign-in/log in with Proton (like OAuth 2.0)
It would be great to have this available on websites rather than sign-in with Google. I trust the Proton brand a lot more.
[Deleted User] commented
it would be lovely if implemented like the apple one: https://support.apple.com/en-us/102379
to have disposable account without data related without having to use pass
Wanted to create similar idea, that is AWESOME I'm not the only one who understands NECESSITY for this
For example- signing in the X [Twitter]
Something like login with apple, login with facebook and login with google. Same thing but login with Proton Mail!!!!!
I love that idea. But then, developers need to implement it, right? I'm not sure companies are ready to pay for this since Proton is still a niche compare to Google.
Allow user access managment with Proton/SimpleLogin and use SimpleLogin as oauth provider / SSO for other platforms like Sign in With Google or 365. This will make Proton more central in organisations and can greatly benefit small enterprises who do not have this yet and even families.
Gytis I. commented
Yep, just now i was looking into this, was going to use protonmail api's. Does not seem that ill have much luck with this
Thomas Saporito commented
I'm switching back to Google because of this. The ease of OAuth is amazing. Plus, as a developer, I would like to offer the option.
Furthermore, it's publicity for your service.
First thing I went looking for when I signed up for protonmail.
Awesome Idea, I hope they do this.
SSO is now a standard in the industry. In order to use ProtonMail as a Central Identity Service this is a must have
Yes please. I would give this option to users of all my web services for sure.
Find another web application that is interested in offering it as option. Make the deal ;)
Great idea 😄 maybe with email adress protection like apple oauth.
I understand what you say, however if you want to access to other website in this world you need to create other log in credentials, therefore I prefer to rely on protonmail and know what is going to happen with my data rather than any other provider.
In order to resolve your concern, protonmail could simply create an avatar with the info you like that a user can use for these types of login.
If protonmail provide an authentication process for any new platform, start up or website and the process is managed and designed by protonmail, I believe the respect of privacy would be more likely.
If you wish to make this world better you need to provide better alternative to users. If you do not, I can`t blame users that rely on other service providers that steal their data.
Will Fong commented
Most of the current Oauth providers are all social media sites. Would be great to have this feature for SSO from a company I trust.
It could also help promote ProtonMail by getting more people aware of the alternatives.
I don't think you understand how severely that would destroy the privacy offered by Protonmail.
I do understand that you want a common account to log in to various sites, and that is a valid request considering the market dominance of Google and Facebook. But Protonmail is NOT the appropriate service to provide common logins. I know that there are some authentication providers out there, but I have not looked recently. I heard about OpenID, but I also vaguely recall that the service was discontinued or became unreliable.
Anyway, please try to learn more about on-line privacy and the different ways that you can jeopardize it without realizing.
`protonmail account` to log in on any other website.
When you try to log into some websites they give the opportunity to sign up or to log in with an existing google account or fb account.
Why not trying to offer the same with a protonmail account? that would make me more confident my privacy is more respected.
I would like to see the possibility to use or not, this feature in protonmail.
I am also building a platform and plan to have quite a lot of users, or certainly reach out 300k potential users with mkting campain.
I would love to allow my users to log in with a protonmail account or even force them to create a protonmail account in order to use my website.
That would help protonmail to grow its users and users would have their privacy respected.
I think it would be great, if ProtonMail would provide an OAuth 2.0 service.
This would be my main login for all my profiles on the web.