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Reference Tokens and Introspection

Access tokens can come in two shapes: self-contained and reference.

Self-contained tokens are using a protected, time-limited data structure that contains metadata and claims to communicate the identity of the user or client over the wire. 887 more words

Fixing "SSL_connect returned=1 errno=0 state=SSLv3 read server certificate B: certificate verify failed" Error on Windows

When I tried to implement OmniAuth, I received this error “SSL_connect returned=1 errno=0 state=SSLv3 read server certificate B: certificate verify failed”. ¬†Essentially, I was getting this error because the code was searching for an SSL certificate on my PC. 19 more words


IdentityServer3 v2.2

Yesterday we published v2.2 to nuget and github. You can see the release notes here.

Besides a couple of bug fixes and refinements – the big features are support for the introspection specification ( 58 more words

Flask-Dance (Making OAuth Simpler)

OAuth is a pain. Flask-Dance makes it better. Learn how the Flask-Dance library was created, and why it makes it easier to use OAuth-enabled APIs like Facebook, Twitter, Google, GitHub, and a lot more.



Using signet gem for basic get/post requests

I have been working in a POC for two weeks, using Ruby/Sinatra, integrating two internal products to our current Ruby on Rails project (power consuming savings), since it is only a POC, Sinatra fits perfectly for the purpose I was looking for; simplicity and velocity. 378 more words


Troubleshooting: OAuth, Office 365 and Front End Server Internet Access

During a recent deployment, our customer was utilising Office 365 Exchange Online for the IM archiving and Unified Contact store functionality in Lync Server 2013 and Skype for Business Server 2015. 240 more words