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Invoking APIs using a Web App with OAuth2 and use of JWT – WSO2 API Manager

In this post I am to share my experience and understandings using WSO2 API Manager(API-M) for a very common and useful scenario in the industry. In brief following is the flow. An API ...
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Landscapes in Mobile Application Security

There are different aspects in Cloud and Mobile application security – and in different angles you can look in to it. Within the first decade of the 21st century – internet ...
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Why OAuth it self is not an authentication framework ?

Let’s straight a way start with definitions to avoid any confusions. Authentication is the act of confirming the truth of an attribute of a datum or entity. If I say, I am Prabath ...
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OAuth 2.0 Bearer Token Profile Vs MAC Token Profile

Almost all the implementation I see today are based on OAuth 2.0 Bearer Token Profile. Of course its an RFC proposed standard today. OAuth 2.0 Bearer Token profile brings a simplified ...
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OAuth 2.0 Webapp Flow Overview

In my last few blogs I’ve been talking about accessing Software as a Service (SaaS) providers such as Facebook and Twitter using Spring Social. Some of you may have noticed that ...
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Google Services Authentication in App Engine, Part 2

In the first part of the tutorial I described how to use OAuth for access/authentication for Google’s API services. Unfortunately, as I discovered a bit later, the approach ...
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Google Services Authentication in App Engine, Part 1

This post will illustrate how to build a simple Google App Engine (GAE) Java application that authenticates against Google as well as leverages Google’s OAuth ...
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