Demo: verification of e-mail address with IRMA
This page contains an example of a simple e-mail check with IRMA. At the same time some explanation is given about how this works and how this can be used, especially by organisations with their own e-mail addresses: they can let users log in with these addresses. In this manner a separate password to log in is no longer needed.
The left button below checks if the disclosed e-mail address is a gmail.com address. Only in that case the verification succeeds. The same mechanism can be used to provide exclusive access for visitors with e-mail addresses from other organisations.
The button on the right asks for any e-mail address and displays it on the subsequent page. This can be used for visitors who are asked to register with an e-mail address.
In order to be able to try out yourself the buttons below one needs to have the IRMA app installed. After registration it typically contains at least one e-mail address. Additional e-mail addresses can be added via the e-mail issuance webpage of the Privacy by Design foundation.
A few remarks:
- No information about e-mail addresses is retained or collected via this webpage. The revealed e-mail addresses are only used for the purpose of this demo and disappear at the moment that the demo is closed.
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