September 30, 2020

Why You Should Use Third-Party Sign-on (OAuth) for Your Web App

OAuth gets rid of the need to store confidential user passwords on your server. Instead, the user trusts you to access their basic profile information from a service like Google, who handles the authentication for you.Read This Article on CloudSavvy IT...


OAuth gets rid of the need to store confidential user passwords on your server. Instead, the user trusts you to access their basic profile information from a service like Google, who handles the authentication for you.

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