I have used my Stack Exchange account to login to a third-party site. Upon doing so, I was asked to authorize it to use my OpenID credentials from Stack Exchange.

Going to http://openid.stackexchange.com/ I can change my password, but not see a list of places that I have granted access, and more importantly revoke it, like Google does here: https://security.google.com/settings/security/permissions

If I go to my profile page and click on "my logins", it shows only the credentials used to login on this site, not the ones issued to other sites.

Where can I find a list of sites that are using my StackExchange openID account?


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Upon logging in, you should see your login history, including a list of the various sites on which you've logged in:

I'm not aware of any way to revoke OpenID access to a given service at this time. Note though that you can revoke access to apps which you've authorized to use the Stack Exchange API in your name; see: How do you see what applications you've authorized on Stack Exchange with OAuth access?

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