I am creating a web application that would, among other things, store a user's credentials for a number of other sites. For an idea of what I mean, it will be in the manner of a password manager; in fact, I will probably be incorporating some sort of password-management application/library into my application, so as not to re-invent the wheel.
My problem is that I would like users to be able to sign-in to the application via ORCID, and once they've signed in, my application would use something private from the ORCID sign-in process to then decrypt the various credentials in my application's database. Are there any standard, private-but-available-to-trusted-parties entries in an ORCID ID? All help gratefully received.
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