Questions tagged [oauth]

OAuth (Open Authorization) is a specification for client applications to access protected resources on behalf of a user. It was developed as an alternative to users handing out their login credentials to third-party applications.

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OAuth2 login for ASP.NET Core without local accounts

I am using OAuth2 for users to sign in with their Google Account and authenticate Google API requests. I have not used the built-in ASP.NET Identity provider because this requires an app database of ...
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Get current user middleware from JWT using express

I'm using Sequelize and Google oAuth for authentication, I want to create a middleware that Verifies the sent token passed in the headers matches the one the user was initially signed to. Finds the ...
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OAuth 2.0 implicit flow implementation

I have been implementing the OAuth 2.0 implicit flow to secure the API I use in an Angular SAP. Please, could you review my code? I am sure there is a lot of stuff to improve in it. I have separated ...
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Node/Express authenticate Google email address

Trying to set up express server that will authenticate a user's Google email before proceeding. The code below works, but is there any way to make it more elegant? The whole ...
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OAuth 1.0 signature using Ramda

I created an OAuth 1.0 signature generator using Ramda based on this. I'm just getting to grips with it, so was wondering if someone more familiar with Ramda and functional programming would give me ...
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Google Mailer app inside Django using OAuth 2.0

I have built this Django Package which is an alternative for sending mail to users using Gmail API. Everything is working fine. But the verify(self, request) method inside ...
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Implementation of OAuth2 device flow using Python

Please review this program because I wrote something in Python for the first time. This code is to be used for device authorization in oauth2 device flow. ...
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Google OAuth Boilerplate in Python Tornado

I recently started a project using python-tornado, and needed to implement google OAuth to manage user logins. I struggled getting this working in the context of the project, and decided to abstract ...
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Securing Web API using token authentication and allowing external application to post or get data

Implementing OAuthAuthentication with OWIN and Identity to secure Web API and let external application like Chrome Extension to access our self hosted API for getting and posting data through our ...
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oAuth2 token creation when registering new user

I am working on Django Rest Framework for backend to develop android app. My project is about Food Delivery System. My app has user login and registration feature. I preferred oAuth2 for token based ...
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Base class for the Oauth process and dance

At work we are interfacing with the Jira cloud storage for our ticket management system. I created a base class to make the process easier on the user side, and I did my best to make it re-usable and ...
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Secure GraphQL API with REST auth layer

I have created a REST auth layer in front of my GraphQL API, I would like to know if it is secure enough or if I can improve anything, I will be adding more auth providers, in the end this API will ...
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Oauth2 Connector Frappe Framework

My first attempt at writing a Python application to solve a real problem is a one way connector between ERPNext and MYOB AccountRight. This is the module I have written to connect to the API and get ...
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OAuth2.0 Client framework

I'v developed a OAuth2.0 Client. The initial goal was to make a simple client where people won't have to focus on it to much ,and where they can start coding their product immediately by just ...