Clayster's thingk.me provisioning server uses a set of open, in the public domain, interoperable APIs to help devices in the Internet of Things make security decisions. With the API devices delegate security decisions to thingk.me and follow its recommendations. Using the XMPP protocol, the API also allows devices in the Internet of Things to create accounts, register devices, and make decisions about which other devices to trust, what they can do and who can do it. The API also supports interoperability between devices.
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