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  1. #178: OAuth 2.0, Oz, Node.js and Hapi.js with Eran Hammer - The Changelog

    Our guest this week is Eran Hammer — we discuss updates to Hapi.js, Node.js, OAuth, and deep discussions about Oz – Eran’s replacement for OAuth 2.0.

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    Show notes and links

    Eran Hammer (@eranhammer) | Twitter

    Sideway (@sideway) | Twitter

    hapi.js (@hapijs) | Twitter

    On Leaving Walmart | hueniverse

    hueniverse/oz

    oz/LICENSE at master · hueniverse/oz

    Auth to See the Wizard | hueniverse

    OAuth 2.0 and the Road to Hell | hueniverse

    RFC 5849 – The OAuth 1.0 Protocol

    RFC 6749 – The OAuth 2.0 Authorization Framework

    OAuth – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    #116: Node Black Friday at Walmart with Eran Hammer – The Changelog

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    https://changelog.com/178/

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  2. Building and using secure web services using OAuth

    With every passing day, we entrust more and more of our personal information to the Internet. And as each week passes, we see more and more online services launching new APIs, opening up the information silos and letting our data flow freely. But some data should not be freely available, merely portable. To do this securely requires that users prove their identity and authority. Typically this is done via username and passwords, or sometimes OpenID. Often, though, users want to appoint computer agents to access and work with their data on their behalf. These agents may not be entirely trusted, and should not be given the user’s logon credentials.

    Enter OAuth: an open standard for simple, secure, delegated authorization. With OAuth, a user can give a social network just enough access to their address book to connect them with their friends, or can allow a photo shop access to just the few photos they want printed onto canvases.On the Web of Data, OAuth puts the user back in control.

    —Huffduffed by martinto

  3. Building and using secure web services using OAuth

    With every passing day, we entrust more and more of our personal information to the Internet. And as each week passes, we see more and more online services launching new APIs, opening up the information silos and letting our data flow freely. But some data should not be freely available, merely portable. To do this securely requires that users prove their identity and authority. Typically this is done via username and passwords, or sometimes OpenID. Often, though, users want to appoint computer agents to access and work with their data on their behalf. These agents may not be entirely trusted, and should not be given the user’s logon credentials.

    Enter OAuth: an open standard for simple, secure, delegated authorization. With OAuth, a user can give a social network just enough access to their address book to connect them with their friends, or can allow a photo shop access to just the few photos they want printed onto canvases.On the Web of Data, OAuth puts the user back in control.

    —Huffduffed by skillswap

  4. TWOdW: Security, OAuth token support, Backbone.js, tripwire, Rational AppScan, Redis (Scott Laningham: developerWorks podcast & video)

    In this last 2011 episode of This Week on developerWorks, John Swanson and I look at new dW content around the topic of security.

     
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    https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/mydeveloperworks/blogs/scott/entry/twodw_security_oauth_token_support_backbone_js_tripwire_rational_appscan_redis10?lang=en_us

    —Huffduffed by danielncr

  5. XRAY In The Morning: Wednesday, June 5th, 2019: Lillian Karabaic interviews Aaron Parecki with IndieWeb

    XRAY.fm aims to hold a boom mic up to the best and most distinctive of Portland. https://xray.fm/broadcasts/29290

    XRAY In The Morning - Wednesday, June 5th, 2019 News & Politics

    TODAY ON XRAY: (1)News with Friends with Lillian Karabaic and Michael Leverette (2)Talk Media News (3) Everything Is Interesting: Old Wives’ Tales (4) Lillian interviews Aaron Parecki with IndieWeb [1:24:58] https://cdn.xray.fm/audio/xray-in-the-mornings/xray-in-the-mornings_2019-06-05_07-00-00.mp3#t=5098 (5) A rebroadcast of our interview from with Andrea Rodgers of Our Children’s Trust (6) Since it’s Wednesday, we close out the show with Ben DeJarnette from Bridgeliner

    also on: http://feeds.soundcloud.com/stream/632336481-xrayinthemorning-xray-in-the-morning-wednesday-june-5th-2019.mp3

    —Huffduffed by chrisaldrich