Category: oauth

Server-to-Server Authorization Using Mutual TLS

Leveraging a token-based architecture for API access is becoming much more popular, as it should. However, not all tokens are

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Open Source vs. Open Core vs. Open Standard: What’s the Difference?

Open source, open core, and open standard all involve some kind of intellectual property that is at least partially distributed

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Strategies for Integrating OAuth With API Gateways

Securing your APIs with OAuth proves that you have adopted a mature security model for your service. However, setting up

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3 Powerful Extensions to Get the Most Out of OAuth 2.0

OAuth 2.0 is the golden standard for securing access to APIs. With four well-defined authorization flows or grant types included

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