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OAuth

(1) See OATH.
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When contacted, the officials of the Public Relations Department, Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital (OAUTH), Ile-Ife, said they could not speak officially on the issue but dispelled the allegation that those who were unable to defray their bills were incarcerated at the hospital.
The company also developed Authlete, a cloud-based service that supports the Web API authorization process based on OpenID Connect, a framework on top of OAuth 2.0 in which a third-party application can obtain a user's identity information managed by a service.
The framework is composed of six main components: Policy Engine, OAuth Manager, Metadata Manager, Storage Manager, Storage Service Analyzer, and Storage Service Interface, which are described in sections 3.1 to 3.6 respectively.
Now, all applications requesting keys (the means by which they can generate the personalized OAuth tokens discussed above) have to meet Facebook's approval.
Another framework for securing API-enabled IoT devices in smart buildings [43] is also inspired by OAuth and uses JSON Web Tokens.
The team's research paper entitled, 'Measuring and Mitigating OAuth Access Token Abuse by Collusion Networks', is set to be published at the 17th Internet Measurement Conference (IMC) in London.
Ulster Bank's API has been developed using technology from the bank's parent, RBS (LSE: RBS) and is based on the OAuth industry standard protocol.
To describe the changing endoscopic prevalence of duodenal ulcer between January 2000 and December 2010 at Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital (OAUTH), Ile-Ife, Nigeria.
We support and recommend OAuth 2.0 authentication to data that requires user authentication.
The phishing scam relied on OAuth, which stands for Open Authorization, an open standard for authentication and authorization on the Internet.
(185) While the nature of the financial industry often necessitates the collection of such information, companies could limit the amount of personal information by adopting technologies such as OAuth. (186) This technology provides temporary access to personal information stored by social networking companies, (e.g., Facebook profile information) thereby limiting the quantity of information needed for customer registration.