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You can just use Tokens (lead) to display user information on a landing page. Just drop a Rich Text element on to a page and select "insert tokens".
Are you going to create several landing pages for users? If so, you can create a dynamic content with credentials as a segment.
Vlada if you want additional pages that rely on the Marketo credentials, you'll need something like Marketo SSO. Here's a page that can help: http://community.marketo.com/MarketoArticle?id=kA050000000L42JCAS
Steven, I think the help article you provided is for Marketo users to access Marketo, not for external customers to just access elements of their lead record. Hitoshi's suggestion would allow customers to see read-only data related to their account. You could use a form on that same page to allow them to update fields in their record but it would be dependent on the presence of the _mkto_trk cookie to pre-populate the form fields with the current data. Is there another help article with more information about this - I couldn't find one?
If user's cookies is enabled,
Marketo will automatically put the values an users already entered in a form field.
If you want it to be read-only, just put a Rich Text on a landing page and just put some Tokens.
Ah @Elliott it seems you're right. Is there an SSO feature as Vlada requested?