I’ll just start off by saying that I know absolutely nothing about OAuth, it’s history, or the apparent issues it’s dealing with currently. That said, I understand what OAuth does and that we’re using it every day of our lives. It’s interesting to hear about some of the underlying issues found with the specification, and the number of people who agree. While I don’t have much feedback directly for the opinions expressed in the article, I think it’s important for us to read since many of us have likely implemented OAuth in an app or two over the past few years.
OAuth 2.0 and the Road to Hell
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