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OAuth

(1) See OATH.
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Klijnsma warned, "As with anything new, this probably will cause a spike in attacks like these -- although they only work for services that do OAuth.
MobileSmith customers manage each app from a dedicated CMS; push messages to users' devices, including Apple Watch, securely integrate their data sources via REST APIs and OAuth, and create sleek wayfinding apps powered with beacons and geofencing.
The authorization for sharing of data is accomplished through a Quick Response (QR) code scan and an OAuth 2.
html) post Monday, Google said it will revamp its OAuth system and update its general spam and security monitoring to prevent a similar attack in the future.
Users who have already installed the E-NUM mobile application can access other services by authorising access to their personal data via the OAuth 2.
Corporate partners and suppliers can log in using ADFS, SAML and Oauth.
0 adds enhancements to instrumenting identity and single sign-on (SSO) on mobile devices, offers streamlined controls for OAuth and OpenID, simplified SSL management and termination optimized for mobile apps, and more geolocation access controls.
According to a report by Gizmodo, the web applications security specialist Nir Goldshlager posted details of how he was able to gain access to any Facebook account he wanted because of a flaw in Facebook's Oauth, a method of authentication used by the social network.
However, some users are reporting being able to access their Twitter accounts via third party apps with their old password, meaning that Twitter has not revoked the OAuth tokens.
By tying in SAML (Security Access Markup Language) and OAuth with the organisation's own user directory, the software keeps track of the user's credentials and can log on the user to the requested software automatically.