Tag: OAuth 2.0

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Web App Functionality

Challenges in Monitoring Applications That Use OAuth

In the internet ecosystem of increasingly intertwined applications, when one application wants to perform some action on another application on the behalf of a user, a need arises of how to do this without sharing the password of one application to another.  A common example of this is sign-in with

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Dotcom-Monitor News

API Monitoring and OAuth 2.0 Authentication

What is OAuth Authentication? A Brief History. OAuth 2.0 Authentication, as explained by oauth.net, is a “delegation protocol that is used for conveying authorization decisions across a network of web-enabled applications and APIs.” OAuth was created in 2006 by developers from Twitter and Ma.gnolia, a social bookmarking site. Ma.gnolia was

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