CorvID is a rather hacky attempt at gluing Raven, the University of Cambridge's Web authentication service, to OpenID, a popular distributed authentication system. CorvID is emphatically not a service of the University of Cambridge Computing Service, supported or otherwise. I run it because it's useful to me. If anyone else finds it useful, that's a bonus.
<link rel="openid.server" href="http://bjh21.me.uk/corvid/corvid"> <link rel="openid.delegate" href="tag:bjh21.me.uk,2007:corvid:fjc55">
fjc55 with your own CRSid.
CorvID is run by me on an unofficial basis. It runs on a non-University computer managed by a third party. It's thus substantially less secure than it would be if run by the University, in addition to being substantially less reliable. Still, it's probably better than using your cat's name for a password on every Web site.